Christmas Poem 1976

On Christmas morning, we all head for the hills,
To Dad and Mom Doubt's in Kirbyville.
To share our love that we have for each other
And tie the love tighter, that draws us together.

Today I'm recalling some of our Christmas past,
Were things truly slower and not so fast,
It seemed we had time for all the little things
From candy making to Christmas caroling.

We have a new love this Christmas season
She's a little dark eyed girl, straight from Heaven,
She was longed for and prayed for, for several years.
Finally our Heavenly Father said, "George, Linda, and Mark,
76 is the year.
A new baby girl who has been special from birth,
Because she is our own Rebecca Lynn Hilllenburg.

So as we bring to a close this Christmas season,
Let us be thankful for each rhyme and reason.
Every small thing, and even the fears,
All in all it's been a very good year.
Let us remember years before and our situation,
And look forward to a new Year with joy and anticipation.

By Larry and June Doubt
Timmy and Kimberly Doubt

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