So many beautiful things to admire at
especially this time of year!
Vintage urns, antique bed frames, antique doors, frames
and this darling gold deer await you!
This old tin makes a great vase for greenery.
An easy way to dress up any vessel is to
take clippings from holly berry trees,
firs and cedar.
I love this cute little sign!
This rustic wood tray would be a great start to your
dining room table centerpiece.
On the home front, we took the kids to see The Hobbit
last night. They have grown up watching all of the
Lord of The Rings movies and it's always fun to remember
how old they were during different releases.
My husband started reading The Hobbit to our
daughter, Chanelle when she was only 3.
I have the cutest video of her 'reading' the book
on her own on her bed talking about
Keiton was only one when the first came out, so
obviously we waited quite a long time before letting him see his first
Lord Of The Rings movie. I can't believe we have been
following this series for over 12 years!
The movie was fantastic!
Mr. and Mrs. Santa'paws' are all decked out and ready
to help me wrap presents!
One afternoon I turned on all of the
Christmas lights, put on the movie "Home Alone",
made a cup of tea and made a good dent
in the wrapping. Nobody was home, the fire was going,
and the rain was coming down in sheets.
It was so peaceful.
Wishing you much peace this season!