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Wishing You a Joyous Christmas!

The Great Cross, St. Augustine, Florida

Today we took a walk downtown and visited the Mission of Nombre de Dios  which traces its origins to the founding of the City of St. Augustine, Florida,  America's oldest city, in 1565. It was at this sacred spot that the Spanish settlers would begin the devotion to the Lady of La Leche that continues into the present. 
This will be our first Christmas in beautiful St. Augustine. I want to wish all of you a joyous Christmas and much peace, health and happiness in the coming New Year!




Comments

Esme said…
Merry Christmas, to you and Annie.
Merry Christmas, Elisa! I wish you a beautiful new year in your new home!
Loddelina said…
I hope you had a lovely Christmas in your new hometown - these pictures look amazing!

I wish you and your family a happy New year, full of fantastic and creative adventures!

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