These glittery Reindeer antler with Holly are the perfect accessory for that Ugly sweater party, baby’s first Christmas or just for fun!
Boy version features brown antlers (no glitter) & felt holly berries instead of jewels.
Both versions are attached to a nylon headband that fits babies, toddlers, teens & adults! So order some for the whole family!
Almost a year ago this beautiful soul and I said our goodbyes. I didn’t know then it would be the last time I hugged her. That our letters and phone calls would be what we had left.
People don’t often realize that when you have a resident pass away you not only have a hole in your life from their absence but also from saying goodbye to their families, those who you’ve come to know and who have allowed you to be a part of their family in a unique and beautiful way.
But today, I had coffee with the kids of this angel. We laughed and reminisced. And they shared with me the stories of her final days and of the celebration of her life. And they told me that the emotional impact I had on their mother, and so on them as well, was immeasurable. That her years with me were her best years after her husband passed. And so I was reminded why I am here. Why I don’t make tons of money. I was reminded that I have a ministry, not a career. I was reminded that walking people to the gates of Heaven is the greatest privilege there is in the entire world. .
0 145 hours ago
If you're looking for a special piece for your home, garden or that unique gift, visiting both Mark Denver stores is a must.
Mark Denver has layby, gift cards and delivery is also offered
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MARK DENVER stores are full of beautiful vintage pieces to make a unique gift selection or perhaps something for yourself.
You can always view our range on the website, but so much more is on offer when you visit the stores.
A high-160’s to low-170’s Whitetail Buck that used to have a 180-class rack until he broke off a couple of big tines was standing in a snow-covered alfalfa field. This field was between a standing soybean field and a harvested corn field where I was hiding in a pop-up blind with my camera and digital camera and telephoto lens. A lot of people ask me if the deer hear my camera with motor drive, and here’s the typical reaction I get from deer when I fire off a burst of photos. I shot this photo several years ago when I used primarily the high-end 1D series of Canon cameras, which are made for high-action photography primarily done by sports and wildlife photographers. The great thing is you can really capture action photos well, but the problem is they are very LOUD!! Well, now you know by looking at this series of photos how they react when they’re on a heavily hunted property. Nowadays, I use the Canon 5D Mark IV camera, and the 5D Mark III before that, because they have “Silent Continuous Advance”, which makes it much quieter than the 1D speed cameras. But is not nearly as quiet as the mirrorless camera’s that I hope to move to in the near future, when Canon decides to make one that is at a pro-level. Hopefully within the next 6 months, which are totally silent!!! Can’t wait for this feature, which will allow me to photograph deer that will be totally undisturbed.
A BEAST of a very mature, very massive, typically-antlered Whitetail Buck standing next to snow-covered Poplar and Spruce trees, growing amongst granite boulders from being cleared from the nearby field between us. In my estimation, this big guy weighs nearly 300 pounds. Go to photo #2 to see this buck after he bedded in front of me in my blind.