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Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Advent Wreath and our special blessing- Tankene the Norwegian Forest kitten


Advent wreaths are easy to make and a great way to celebrate this spiritual season. Gather some evergreens or other native plants common in your area and shape them in a circle. Place the candles around the wreath, evenly distributed. There should be three purple and one rose. The first Sunday of Lent, light one of the purple candles.This is to symbolize prayer and penance and remind us to prepare for the coming of Christ. On the second Sunday, light another purple candle and reflect on the hope Christians find in Jesus. The third Sunday, light the rose candle and rejoice that our savoir's birth is near. I think of this as the candle symbolizing the joy we find in Christ. Another purple candle is lit on the last Sunday of Advent reminding us that Jesus is King. On Christmas Eve, a white candle is set in the center of the wreath to remind us that Jesus is the light of the world! Merry Christmas.
Our home is again filled with a special light with the new addition of Tankene Ice Mist- our new Norwegian Forest kitten. Mr.Chub already is his best friend and the Princess Sinatra is hissing less and less. More about him next post.

3 comments:

Terra said...

What a handsome fellow is Tankene, his fur looks incredibly soft, soft as feathers or dandelion puffs.
He is bringing you a lot of joy, I can tell.

Cat with a garden said...

Hi there, Tankene. I just read your comment and had to pop over to greet you immediately. You're a little younger than I am: My first birthday was in April. Concats to you on becoming a mancat! Boy, you're a very handsome NFC! I hope to see many pictures of you in the future.
Purrs, Siena Snowfox

Cat with a garden said...

Hi Tankene, it's me again. Currently we are on blogcation, but I wanted to ask if I can introduce you on my blog when we eventually return to blogging. There aren't that many NFC out there and it would be nice to show off your pure white gorgeousness.
Purrs, Siena Snowfox

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