Sunday, December 16, 2012

A Little Quiet Christmas


With all the news about the precious babies who are now angels before their time, I find myself at
a loss for words.  So I will share with you today a bit more of the images from my home Christmas.  Both of my kids will be home this year.  It has not been that way for a few years.  They will both be bringing their "someone special" with them.  I have been so excited.  But now, I simply feel very blessed and humbled at the privilege.

These lamps were given to me by an older friend who was simplifying her stash of belongings.
I showed you the swan before but I didn't tell you it came from the Dollar Tree!!!

This snowman was given to me a few years back by a very young art student of mine.

I didn't paint this cute snowman jar.  It is hand painted but by someone else.  I rescued it from the thrift store.

Wind and Honey Creations


cara said...

It is so sad- I am glad for our strict gun laws in australia- but we had to learn the hard way-it took a much larger massacre to do it.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Good morning dear Elizabeth,

Oh how I am enjoying seeing everyone's corners that are so beautifully decorated in such different colors and styles. Thank you for coming back and I am so impressed with your art. You and Violet both have the patience for detail and I so appreciate that, me and my little line drawings!!!

I was just thinking; the families and friends of the victims surely need all of our prayers. But I was thinking what if, WHAT IF those new little angels are praying for US!?

This world needs change and now they are set free, yes, before their time. We are the ones left to deal with this problem that needs a quick solution so that this will never happen again. I wish YOU peace and love with your beloved ones and I look forward to seeing more of your art soon!

Many hugs, Anita

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

WHOAH....I just went to your website and saw the photo with you and a........full grown LIONESS?????????????????????????


Queenie Believe said...

Beautiful nativity!!!
I believe all our hearts are heavy with grief for the families suffering such unimaginable loss. Prayers continue for peace in the world.
Always, Queenie

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