I was trying to think of something to write about at the end
of our lovey day
running about with errands...
We got to our house this weekend,
after being away for a few weeks...
I think the quiet, has wiped the words from my brain.
Winter is here...
The geese are flying in to eat the leftover grains...
Although it was 45 today... glorious... a break from the cold
All is quiet, and warm.
Today felt like the end of the Charlie Brown Christmas movie...
When Linus finishes talking about the meaning of Christmas...
The gang get all quiet,
and stand around and sing....
Have a lovely, peaceful, weekend.
What a lovely post. Sounds like a perfect day.ReplyDelete
You have brought tears to my eyes. Thank you for such a poignant post.ReplyDelete
Peace to you.
I just wanted to tell you how much I love the red cross quilt.ReplyDelete
Now that the family and guests are finally leaving maybe peace is something I can have someday again. Not sure I'll like it-I'll let you know....
Have a wonderful day. I made a bird wreath and house wreath today.ReplyDelete
You are such a dear!ReplyDelete
Calm . . . such a comforting word this time of year. Enjoy your bliss!ReplyDelete
I'm all caught up with your blog, but haven't had the energy to comment. Just wanted you to know that all the eye candy on your blog makes me smile, each and every time.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing that.ReplyDelete
Love those balls and that quilt at the bottom! A lovely, peaceful weekend to you too!ReplyDelete
Mmmmm...enjoy your special place and take some time to just live in the moment. Sounds like where you are is a great place to 'chillax' as my teenage son keeps telling me I need to do! Love your thread wrapped fabric baubles...certainly put a smile on my face at the end of my weekend:) CiaoReplyDelete
Peace is underrated in the crazy pace of modern life...thank you for sharing yoursReplyDelete
I got all peaceful reading your post...thanks. Can you tell us about the quilt/painting hanging behind the tree? It is awesome!! Enjoy your weekend.ReplyDelete
the picture behind the Xmas tree, is a painting that hangs at my house...ReplyDelete
It's called MAP by Richard Smith... a British Artist, who lives here in NY, and a friend of the family... Big colorful and beautiful. :-)
sounds like a weekend full of peaceful moments! Definitely need to cherish those. I adore your patchwork ornament balls, and your warm cozy patchwork project too.ReplyDelete
Always on the quest for peace, regardless of the season.ReplyDelete
That top photo definitely makes me happy.