“In three words I can sum up everything I've learned about life: it goes on.”
Robert Frost

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Christmas Past . . .

It's hard to believe that Christmas Day has come and gone already.  We still are basking in the glow of this warm and wonderful time at my house though. Here are a few pictures of what's happening around my place.

One of my nativity sets will remain until the New Year - just to remind us of the real "reason for the season".






Some of the cheerful cards we received will bring a smile for many more days.







 Ginny is my old girl, (16 years), and still enjoys a new toy mouse for Christmas.







She seems a bit weary from all the excitement. Notice that Guy and Dot are not in the pictures, they are still a bit too excited to hold still for a photo shoot!



I think we all need and old fashioned nap to get us ready for the New Year!
           See Ya Soon!


7 comments:

  1. I am already thinking the year is almost over!!!!

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  2. Oh yes, I'm still clinging to a few festive touches as well. Ginny looks adorable with her little mousey, she's gorgeous! I love the little image of the kitty and puppy in bed - if only my two were this amicable.

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  3. I read your profile blurb. I sort of blog about a lot of topics too. I like vintage and flower gardens best though.

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  4. I'm torn between hanging onto the season a few more days or just packing it all away and going for a change of scenery. Christmas. Love the little vintage Christmas card!

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  5. We keep our Xmas decorations up until after January 7th, which is the date of Ukrainian (Orthodox) Christmas under the old Gregorian calendar.

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  6. I hope you had a lovely time, your cat looks exhausted!

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  7. I love your photos ;o) I love Ginny ;o) Hugs ;o)

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