What a lovely post for Christmas! The snow and photos of last minute wrapping capture a bit of the magic of the season too! I hope your day was filled with family and love!~
You too, Winnie. Thank you so much!
Dear Kellie, I love your blog. Been perusing it from the beginning and thought I'd let you know, I've been peeking in for a couple of weeks now. I find you quite darling and it thrills my heart to read of your love for the Lord. May He continue to bless you with His grace and power.
I'm so glad you left this beautiful note, Jean! It's such a joy to me to connect with you all. Blessings!
Happy remainder of Christmas to you! (As our minister likes to point out, for us, Christmas does not end with the 25th, it is just the beginning.) That last picture - the words, I mean - is beautiful. Thank you!And what beautifully wrapped gifts.
I hope you're having a wonderful Christmas! You know, I never thought of it that way, but you're so right. This is just the beginning:)
A belated Merry Christmas, dear! <3Your benediction is simply beautiful--puts my stumbling efforts at Christmas greetings to shame. Bravo!And how clever to use paper doilies as gift tags!Blessings!~"Tom"~
You too, dear! I hope you all had a wonderful day.Thanks;) Writing you asap!
Merry Christmas! I've been loving your blog so I nominated you for a Leibster Award. I was nominated by another blogger - and I'm sharing the love.http://modernishhomemaker.blogspot.com/2012/12/leibster-awards.htmlHappy Holidays!
Thanks so much, Amy! I do love to get tags, but am terrible at keeping up with them... I'll be sure to share if I am able to do this:)Blessings!--K
What beautiful, peaceful Christmas pictures. And so very different from my own time spent in the sunny heat of Spain, but great that so many can 'rejoice in the great love of Christ'!
You're about to make my day! Thanks so much for leaving a comment - I absolutely love to hear from you!