Bil Browning

Our first Christmas together

Filed By Bil Browning | December 25, 2008 7:00 AM | comments

Filed in: You Gotta See This
Tags: Christmas, Christmas videos, first Christmas

I wanted to share this video especially on Christmas Day. Projector Jerby sent in this video of his family that's so darned sweet, it had to make it on the site. *grins* Who knew he was smart, a talented debater and a songbird? Merry Christmas to Jerby and his partner! Thanks for sharing your first Christmas together with us!


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OK, you brought tears to my eyes with this one. Thanks so much for posting. I hope these guys are having a wonderful Christmas today - and the same goes for you Bil and for everyone.

As two Jews on Christmas, Jen and I will follow our time honored tradition and order in Chinese later. :)

Rick Elliott | December 26, 2008 1:58 AM

I didn't go to Resurrection MCC for Christmas Eve this year. That congregation has the faithful practice of family groups and couples going forward and being served communion together. Theologically it's a wonderful, faithful practice. I'd promised to sing at another service, but had planned to go to RMCC for the late service.
One of my dreams has been to have someone to go with during communion. But, once again I find myself alone and couldn't bare going up alone once again to receive the feast of Jesus' last day. Not only was there no one, but also not even the prospect of a man to be with during such an intimate worship time. That's where a trace of melancholy touched my celebrations this year.
Maybe next year--yeah!