Beautiful pictures, Kathy.I guess now we launch into the deep and do some shopping for our loved ones...have fun...blessings, glenda
Such pretty pictures. Will you have snow soon? We don't have snow where I live, we have gray, damp fog. I get out my snowflakes and snowmen in January because it makes a nice quiet change after all the Christmas decor.
I found your blog tonight. What a wonderful way to start the holiday season. Your photography is amazing. Beautiful...Thank you!
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Wow, really? I guess I'm glad I'm a bit south of you(southeast MI), we didn't get anything but a little misty rain. Still, after Thanksgiving I kind of like a little snow to get me in the Christmas mood:>)
Snowflake haven..Sopretty..I saw ornaments made of royal icing on Foodgawker..you would have fun w/ them,just like your ornaments!
Hi KathyThe snowflakes look beautiful and it's my favorite place to see 'snow.' In a picture! For some reason, as long as I've 'known' you, I thought you lived up in Northern California. Boy, was I geographical off. Anyway, yesterday, we had 82 sunny and warm degrees! That's what I like. (Living in Chicago for 10 years completely cured me of snow and cold weather.)Enjoy the rest of your weekend!Hugs,Tamerie
Te-hee..... I just hung huge snowflakes in my windows lastnight! Love the way they look!Today I put the tree up!Crank the christmas music up loud and spend the day fixing each branch just right and each strand of lights just perfect!I love it....and always do it all alone because I am the only one in the house that enjoys that part of decorating!Enjoy your day sweetpea,Dolly
Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts with me...I am always encouraged by your kind expressions and thoughtful comments....Know that you are loved....xoxo Kathy.