Merry Christmas 2012

The Altizer’s wish you a Merry Christmas!


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Read chapter 2 of Luke today, or at least Luke 2:11

Christmas Kids

As it works out, tomorrow is Easter, and I started looking back through the past couple of months to find a photo or two for the blog.  As I was going through some photos that I hadn’t even looked at after downloading, I came across the folder where I had some of the Christmas 2011 photos.  Here are two photos that I took quickly in front of the Christmas tree of Hannah and Hogan.  Christmas is the time we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, but Easter is the time where he gave us a gift.  I’m so thankful to serve a risen Savior.

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Happy Easter to everybody!

Candlelight Service

These 2 images are from the candlelight service at our church on December 18, 2011.  The first image shows Hannah holding her candle (and mine).  The second image shows some of the people (probably about 1/4 of the total) that were there in the fellowship hall.  I love this service each year.

Candlelight Photo

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Luke 11:33

Father – Son Tradition

On Christmas Eve each year, Hogan and I always plan a visit to the Mary Lou Cemetery where Dewana’s dad Jess Mullins is buried.  I don’t think we’ve made a photo each year, but we have at least 4 or 5 years.  I need to go back through the files and find some of the others.  I looked back to last year, and we did make a photo, but for some reason I didn’t put it in a blog post.  However, I did make a post in 2008, and here’s the LINK to that.  You really need to go and look at that to see the difference in Hogan over just 3 years (from age 11 to age 14).

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Family Portrait – Christmas 2011

We finally had made enough time to stop and make a family portrait for this year.  Why is that so hard to do?  Even photographers need to stop during all the busyness of life and have their family portraits made too.  My family waited so patiently while I tried out a couple of ideas that didn’t work also.  Now we just need to order prints…Merry Christmas from the Altizer family.

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Our House – Wishing All a Merry Christmas

On this Christmas day of 2011, the Altizer family extends a very Merry Christmas to each one of you.  May you search out the true reason for the season and find the best gift of Christmas.

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Merry Christmas, from our house to your house.

Oh Christmas Tree

A photograph of Hannah Mae in front of the Christmas tree on December 19, 2011.

Christmas Portrait

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Probably too late for your Christmas portraits, but January portraits are nice too 🙂  Contact me?