We spent the day visiting with people from all over the country and some from other places. This evening was spent with people at the park here for a Christmas Eve Candlelight communion service where a nice man served grape juice, square pieces of paper colored bread, and sang songs for everyone. He was pretty cool, had a rough day so did not get to plan the service for us and had to wing it, when he screwed up, he laughed and tried again. I loved the honesty and the genuineness of his service. It is nice that Thousand Trails provides a place of worship at their parks. Tomorrow they plan to baptize a young girl in the river that the alligator lives in. They are braver than I am, I was baptized in a river, but the only thing in it was trout. Her baptism certainly requires greater bravery than mine. I just looked down, and it looks like my clothes enjoyed the candlelight service, I am covered in wax from head to toe. Hopefully it comes out in the wash; or Walmart will get a another $10.00. Again not much to share, except from the fact that the Floridians are complaining about the cold, and there are a lot more Christians on this planet than the news leads one to believe. 300 sites are occupied, and I think a 100 people were celebrating the service with us, and many more that were not at the service today were sharing their faith with one another. What a great holiday when the mall is no longer involved.
Good Evening and Good Night…