My mom wrote a song 33 years ago while she rocked me to sleep. She is now in a nursing care facility in Wilkesboro, NC and doing very well. Her story is one of amazing strength, determination, and will power that is still keeping her going today. Nearly 40 years after her brain stem tumor mom is still smiling. Any comments made here will be shared with her, so feel free to leave a note for her.
Here is a link to The Angel’s Good News – Christmas Song, Performed by: Kristina Scholl Miller
Here is a link to Mom’s Personal Testimony – Read by: Kristina Scholl Miller
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Mom would love to have her song recorded, if you know an artist that may be interested in recording this please have them contact us.
Merry Christmas from The Scholl Bus Crew…
We had to get creative when it came to the idea of a Christmas tree in the Bus. So we pulled out the Bendaroos and up went a festive tree, although much smaller and less fragrant than our live tress of the past. The Bendaroos stuck perfectly to the metal on the bus and now we have evolving art project happening on the ceiling of the bus. Then it was on to making treats for Santa.
It is our Christmas tradition to make and decorate a Gingerbread house on Christmas Eve to leave out for Santa and his Reindeer. Normally we make it from scratch, however we don’t have a oven in the bus so we got to skip out on the most tedious part of mixing and baking and got to concentrate on the fun part of decorating! We bought a kit from the grocery store and gave it the Schollbus customized treatment. The girls say that making the Gingerbread house is one of their favorite parts of Christmas.
We decided to leave the hillbilly dry dock to avoid the snow….So the girls finally baked our Christmas cupcakes since we had access to an oven. The road leading back to the site is very curvy and has some drop offs, so this is not a trip you want to take with 3″ of snow on the road. We packed up the bus and drove to Jody’s dad’s house to park the bus at his engine shop. It also helped to stay with him since the temps for those few days were highs in the upper teens, not fun in the mobile refrigerator.