Friday, December 23, 2011

Vintage Inspiration Friday # 69 "Country Christmas"

I think we all may have some hidden dreams and fantasies. One of mine that I'm indulging in is to have a real "Country Christmas". I've been a city girl, or let's say a "suburban" girl for a long time, but my roots go back to an old farmhouse. We never "farmed" but we had a few cows and a horse or two, and some wild prairie chickens were known to hang around. I grew up in a house built in 1840. Yes, it had been renovated over the years, but it still retained some of the original charm.

So via Pinterest, I'm living thru other's lens to capture some lingering memories of Christmas.

Don't laugh about this first one,
you would have had to have known my Dad, 
who collected old cars (and a truck or two)

Source: via Debra on Pinterest

I imagine this image from Country Living was Photoshopped, but I still love it!

There was so much inspiration last week,
here's just a little review

Nancy from Nancy's Daily Dish has the most amazing hutch display 
of red transferware all decked out for Christmas.

Vicki from Ranger 911 had me laughing with all her "elf" antics,
Good Elf, Bad Elf

Robin from Happy At Home, has captured a little deer under a glass house,
and I just want to look at it all day! Such great photos!

Anita from Far Above Rubies has a front porch that I could live on.
Go by and check out all her wonderful photos!

If you want to read a love story that has a happy ending
then you need to see this one, from Antique Chase.

and Elizabeth from Pinecones and Acorns
shares the amazing creche at Notre Dame Cathedral.
Just beautiful!

So are you ready to share what's inspired you this week?

Thanks so much each one of you,
 that takes the time to join in!

Please have a visible link within your post,
so others can join in on the party

And if I don't see you again until Christmas,
may yours be filled with the love and joy,
that only Our Savior can bring! 
Merry Christmas!

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