Advent – the coming or arrival of something extremely important.
What could appear less important than a baby born in a stable-cave?
the significance of this night moved stars to proclaim His coming.
the planets aligned, so to speak.
I have been on an adventure.
A Journey toward the coming or arrival of something extremely important.
This is why I most identify with the Wise Men in the Nativity Story.
I am searching and looking for Him.
Today’s prompt is to share a photo of your advent calendar. Whether you have a candle wreath, or pockets filled with felt objects to place in a nativity or on a Christmas tree, I’d love to see how your family marks the time until this coming of Someone extremely important.
I received this beautiful advent candelabra as a Christmas gift from my parents. It’s imported from Germany, but it was purchased in, you guessed it! New Glarus. Even this part of my journey from advent to epiphany follows the New Glarus road.
I’ve written a poem about this journey, called Journey From Advent to Epiphany.
There were no entries for the Salvation Army bell ringer.
The winner for the picture of the gift was Debbie from Heart Choices.
I know that this week will be busy for all of us, so I’ve decided to post the week’s photo prompts:
Wednesday – Advent Calendar
Thursday – Snowflake
Friday – Nativity
The linkup will be through Friday. I will go through the posts and gather the pics for the correct days. Thanks so much for your participation, this has been fun! Link up your post featuring a photo with a theme listed above. Include my blog button, and visit other “hunt” blogs. Stop by tomorrow to vote for your favorite “gift” picture. Have fun! (Blog links must be provided before 7:00 AM CST, in order to be voted on 🙂 ) I have no idea why the number of links doesn’t update…There are participants!
3 thoughts on “Advent-ure – All Roads Lead To New Glarus (Even here!!) Day 10 Photo Scavenger Hunt”
I think I identify with the Shepherds the most:) Sitting out in the darkness, living simply – like I read on one blog – Shepherds were outcasts – but to sit there and suddenly see Angels in the Sky, telling me about the Savior and then to go see Him – that just captures my heart every time!
I love your Nativity pyramid!
Thanks, it was a gift from my parents. It’s quite a novelty! It’s supposed to turn when the candles are lit, but something is a bit off balance.