Tuesday, December 22, 2015

A Christmas Play

On Sunday I went to see my grandson Zach in his church Christmas Play.  He was in a play last year for the first time and while he was a little apprehensive and nervous seemed to end up liking it.  A budding hollywood actor in the making, lol?

The theme was Christmas miracles, a child's letter to God which ends up in the dead letter section of the post office where workers read letters meant for Santa and God.  Zach played the part of a volunteer postal worker who was among those who witnessed a miracle.  Zach is the young man in the white shirt.
The letter was written by a young girl wanting to help her mother and the mother's unborn child as they lay in the hospital bed on death's door.
The postal workers decide to make a visit to the hospital and support the child and see what they could possibly do to help.  On a side note, click on the photo below and look at the orbs on and around my grandson Zach.
Playing the part of the mother is Zach's cousin Kaitlynn, laying in the bed, with her boyfriend playing the part of the husband.
Now look to the left along the black curtain which is hiding a previous scene and Kaitlynn is still in the bed.  Notice that orb?  I'm wondering if the orbs are family angels (the other grandparents and young cousins who passed) watching the Christmas play.
Fast forwarding, the miracle that night was the renewed health of the mother and the birth of the child ~ which, of course was placed in the manger.  
After the play Kaitlynn danced.
Now look below at the orb near Kaitlynn's left hand located along the red and blue stripes of the prop.
This grandma took lots more photos but won't bore you further with more.  All of the young kids who danced were precious; but I wanted to take those two boys home with me, particularly the little blonde on the far right of the photo.  Adorable all.
For those of you in need, I hope you get your Christmas miracle this year.  Merry Christmas.



  1. Hi Saundra,
    You certainly have one handsome grandson! Looks like a sweet play and I'm sure it put you in the Christmas spirit!!
    Thanks for taking us along!
    Happy Christmas Week!
    Christmas Hugs~

  2. I just love those Christmas plays. Now that most of my grandkids are out school,I don't get to see those school Christmas plays any more.

    I noticed a lot of orbs around your grandson. Wonder why. Maybe some dust flying or maybe, angels...

    Have a Merry Christmas

  3. I hope he gets to Hollywood and takes care of his sweet grandma.

  4. I was just watching that movie last week, loved it. What fun to do it in a play.
    Hard to say with all the lights in the area, but a nice thought that others were watching too:)


  5. What a handsome young man and those little ones are just too darned cute.
    Merry, merry Christmas, my friend.
    Hugs :)

  6. So wonderful I have not heard of that play before.
    nice looking group.


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