Merry Christmas, Everyone!

Hello.  I just wanted to wish everyone in the world a Merry Christmas.  Also, I wanted to give everyone some hard-learned tips for having a serene holiday.  They are:

  1. Do not wait until December 23rd to put up your Christmas tree.
  2. Unless you are an electrician, do not attempt to put together a pre-lit tree in a hurry. You will not be happy with the finished tree.
  3. Do not go Christmas shopping after you have almost thrown the tree out of the window finished putting up your Christmas tree.  Instead, get the rest you need and buy everyone gift certificates.
  4. Above all, do a better job than I did of being prepared for Christmas!

OK, now I want to get serious.  So, I want to thank our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, for coming to save us all.  Christmas is about Him, not me or my tree.  I hope everyone had wonderful Christmas.  Also, I hope that none of you threw your trees out of the window.  May God Bless us—every one.

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

Hi, it’s me, the MommaCat.  I’m here to wish a Happy Thanksgiving to everyone who is celebrating this holiday.  I also want to express some gratitude to those who have made a difference in my life.  First, I want to say thank You to God, my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and the Blessed Holy Spirit for allowing me to have another Thanksgiving.  Second, thank you to everyone who has encouraged me in my background position in this blog.  Third, thank you to all of the freedom fighters all over the world for keeping our countries safe and free. May God Bless you and keep you safe.  And, to all of our blog readers, thank you for reading this blog!  And thank you to—”

What about me?!

Oh—and thank you, Grace, for being such a great cat, and making me laugh.  That’s it.  I am going to pig out on some turkey fade back into the background now.  May God Bless all of you on Thanksgiving and always.

The MommaCat

Thank You to Our 9/11 Heroes

This post is a brief thank you to all of the heroes who gave, and are still giving, their lives to defend our freedom.  We (Grace and I) want to thank everyone—-from the heroes who gave their lives at Ground Zero to save the victims of this atrocity to the men and women all over the world who are fighting to protect our freedom for their sacrifices.  You are not, and never will be forgotten.  May God Bless and Keep all of you!  Also, thank you to all of the unseen heroes who are working hard to prevent something like this from ever happening again.  And, to the shattered ones, the ones who have seen horrors that we cannot comprehend, thank you for defending our nation.  We pray that God will heal you in body and mind from what you have seen.

We also want to extend our sympathies to the survivors of the fallen.  You are in our thoughts and prayers today.  May God comfort all of you as you go through this day.  If we could hug you, or in Grace’s case, give you a kitty kiss, we would.  We can’t, but we are praying that God will get you through your grief.   Remember that you are not alone.  There probably are millions of people praying for you today.  May God give all of you peace, and the strength to carry on.

That’s all.  May God Bless all of you—-every one.