If your kids are like mine, they know their way around a tablet. My two year old can easily navigate from app to app. He knows how to get on the Internet, and he even knows how to turn off the sound so I can’t hear that he’s sneaking time on the tablet when he’s not supposed to be.
A few weeks ago I found myself far, far away from city lights. The air was clear, the sky was cloudless, and there was nothing between the sky and me but empty space. That’s when I looked up and saw the most star-filled sky I had ever seen in my entire life. It was breathtaking, and I couldn’t wait to share with my Dallas Courier friends who handle all the Box Truck Deliveries in Dallas. While I stood in awe of God’s creations, I began to wonder what role the stars played in history. Did everyone look up at the sky and think, “wow!”? I was going to ask my Dallas Courier friends, but I know that while they’re out there making Box Truck Deliveries in Dallas they hardly have a free moment to look up and gaze at the stars. So instead, I decided to do a little research of my own so when I returned to Texas I could amaze the Box Truck Deliveries in Dallas team. It turns out, stars played a pretty important role in history.
Our Dallas messenger team is out and about, and the verdict is… it’s freezing! Dallas is currently one giant icicle, and people are starting to get a little stir crazy. With the power outages frequent and people’s pipes being frozen, now is not the time to brave the outdoors.
Christmas, Christmas time is here - time for laughter, time for cheer! If you’re office is anything like ours, the Christmas decorations are out, people are bundled up in sweaters and everyone is just down right happy! This season is such a wonderful time to be joyful and grateful for what we have.