And that true reason for Christmas
is the birth of our Savior.
These are just a few items of the "real" Christmas decor items
that can be found at my house this Christmas...
This book is in "immaculate" condition,
published in 1931.
The graphics are just amazing!
A musical snow globe,
One of the many nativities that my husband has given to me over the years.
I have a small collection of these religious prints on mirrors from the 1930's.
And a small nativity set at home this time of year,
in my Mandeville Seed box.
I'd like to share a few photos of last week's partiers.
Each one of you have the best posts,
I just grabbed a few photos, in no particular order.
So many talented people out there!
If you don't take the time to visit all the inspiration,
you're really missing out!
Hope you'll join in on this last party before Christmas.
I just want to wish each one of you a very Blessed and Merry Christmas. You all are just such a wonderful "present" to me. Each day I look forward to seeing what you're doing, to say Hello, and to exchange ideas and inspiration.
And speaking of the real meaning of Christmas, if you haven't come by my Bible Study Blog, "a day in the life", I'm issuing a special invitation. You don't have to join. There's no homework. It's just my thoughts and Biblical teaching on scripture. Right now I'm reposting a series about Jesus' Mother, Mary. Hope you'll come by.
Have a blessed and beautiful Christmas Weekend!
love you all,
p.s. It's supposed to be a White Christmas here in Missouri!