A few weeks ago, my son started reading the Christmas Bible.
We were so excited and excited.
The Bible is a book of scripture, written in a language, which means that every verse has been carefully selected to fit in with the story.
Christmas is an opportunity for us to learn new words, new ways to express ourselves.
And when we are reading, we are really learning how to talk to our friends and family.
This is what we are trying to achieve with our reading, and I believe that we are doing a good job.
My son is in his first year of kindergarten.
Our family is not religious, but we do practice our Christian faith and love the Bible.
We have found that many of our friends have enjoyed reading the Bible as well.
For me, this is a great way to keep my eyes open and to have fun with my son.
I know that my son will find many things that he finds funny and interesting in the Bible, and that I will find things that I find interesting in his reading.
When I read the Bible with my friends, I am amazed by the stories of the many different kinds of people and things in the book.
Some stories are funny, some are heartwarming, and some are sad.
All of the stories I read have made me laugh, and the Bible is full of stories that make me cry.
And I have learned that there is more to life than just the mundane things in this world.
So, my question to my son is, what are you reading today?
I hope that you can give him some new words to say, and he can have fun while you read.
Enjoy your holiday and remember that this is what Jesus meant when he said, “Let us give thanks to the Lord for this gift.”
I love you, Christ, Dawna Lueck