Sunday, December 23, 2007

A Holiday Treat

I have a dear friend who creates awesomely entertaining pictorials with her dolls...I have created several web pages for her. I think you will find them quite enjoyable! You can find them all at the Juniper Snowpea page on the Emberwilde web site, but here is a listing of the Christmas pages (be sure to have your sound turned on for several of these):

Ginger-pon Recipe
Will Santa Pass Juniper Snowpea By?
The Twelve Days of Christmas
Snowpea the Snowgirl
I'm Gettin' Nuttin' for Christmas
Trouble With Santa

And for something a little more, um, glamorous, check out this one:
Santa Baby

*Happy Holidays!*

Monday, December 17, 2007

One Eagle Is Still Flying....

Danny Woodhead just keeps on goin'.... He won the Harlon Hill trophy for the second year in a row, and was welcomed back to Chadron big time at a reception in his honor where his number (3) was retired and he was told he would be playing in the Hula Bowl on January 12. It's great to see him keep on shinin'!

Wednesday, December 12, 2007


This is the absolute BEST time of the year, if you ask me. Holiday lights, decorations, lots of giving, lots of loving, and lots of believing....

Many different religions and non-religions celebrate miracles this time of year....the winter solstice leading to the return of the sun and longer days, the sacred oil in a temple that somehow lasted for 8 nights, the birth of a babe that would lead the world in a new way, a jolly old man and his elves in a sleigh driven by 8 flying reindeer winging around the world to bring toys to all the children....all miracles. And miracles are for anyone who believes.

Tis the season, little ones, to BELIEVE!

Monday, December 03, 2007

The Eagle Has Landed....

Well, it was one heck of an awesome season, but it ended on Saturday, Dec. 1, in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Div. II playoffs when the Northwest Missouri State Bearcats defeated the Chadron State College Eagles 26-13. It was a miserable day for football...snowing, north winds, windchill of 7 degrees...and while the Eagles gave it their all, it just wasn't enough.

But the Eagles can hold their heads high...they had a stellar season, and I know they will be back in fine form next year. We will deeply miss the winged feet of Danny Woodhead next year, but there are several very qualified young men just waiting to dazzle us next season. We will always consider Danny to be "one of us" and will watch his future career with great interest, support, and enthusiasm. Good luck in the future, Danny, and thank you for the joy you have brought us these past four years!

Go Eagles!