(Our Christmas Newsletter)
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
We hope this card finds you with joy and much cheer.
We are so thankful for the blessings Christ brings,
Our hearts are full of love and joyfully sings.
God has given us a gift, Alyson Kate,
She was 19 ¼ inches and weighed 7.8!
Born Mother’s Day on May thirteen,
She was one of the most beautiful babies I’d ever seen!
She is a good baby, always a smile on her face,
It reminds me of God’s sweet love, peace and grace.
Julie, now 3, is getting so tall,
She loves her baby sister and is the best helper of all!
She’s involved in gymnastics, Awanas, and Bible School,
And has fun with her friends whom she thinks are so cool.
She loves to read books and to sing, dance and play,
These days will pass fast and aren’t here to stay.
I try to savor every moment I can,
And continually pray that she will follow God’s plan.
Working for Tyson nearly 3 years,
Brandon loves the Supply Chain Department along with his peers.
He became a deacon in the church when ordained,
Our Connection Group leader he has remained.
He loves hunting, fishing, his girls and football,
The Razorbacks- his favorite team of them all!
And as for me, I’m mommy, housekeeper and wife,
I am so thankful God’s blessed me with this life.
I have a new interest, it’s photography I love,
I know the desire came from above.
With my new camera, tripod and flash,
I’m having fun making extra cash!
We hope you and your family have a blessed Christmas time,
Reflecting on Christ’s birth and His gift that’s sublime.
His gift is so precious and totally free,
He died on the cross to pay for you and me.
Lifted up high and exalted He stands,
"Love one another” is what He commands.
You are precious to us and to Him in His sight…
May your Christmas and New Year be merry and bright!
Love, Brandon, Miranda, Julia & Alyson Campbell
“But the angel said to them, “Do not be afraid. I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is Christ the Lord.” Luke 2:10-11