"Pleasant words are a honeycomb, sweet to the soul and healing to the bones." Proverbs16:24, NIV
A burst of Christmas cheer arrived this afternoon when two-year-old Talia walked through the front door with her mama.
"I want to see Grandma!" (She calls her great grandma, "grandma" and her grandma "ga-ga").
"She's not afraid of anything," Grandma marveled.
She didn't say "Crackers, please." as she would have before. She walked up to Grandma and said, "May I have a cracker, please?" very politely and all-grown up.
I guess Grandma wanted to express her pleasure and reinforce who Talia's grandpa was at the same time.
Proverbs 17:6 says that, "Children's children are a crown to the aged."
This was certainly the case when Talia and Rachel swept into our home bringing their Christmas cheer this afternoon.