Thursday, December 20, 2012

NC Mountains Here I Come

Salt dough ornaments along with cinnamon ornaments, and crochet snowflakes decorate our little tree. All made right here on the homestead. I would take a picture of the tree so you could see the beauty of a simple homemade decorated tree but I have packed my camera. Tomorrow at noon I head out for my beloved mountains and time with my family. William will be here on the homestead taking care of the animals. His daughter and family will be visiting right after Christmas. I am looking forward to spending time with daughters and grands. Looking forward to cold weather and maybe a little snow. I will be popping in from time to time to visit my blog friends and neighbors. Not sure if it will be everyday but know you are in my thoughts and prayers. Wishing you and yours a very, very blessed Christmas. It's not the gift wrapped under the tree but the love of family and friends that is our most precious gift....enjoy your gift.


TexWisGirl said...

safe travels, and enjoy your family time!

Betsy Adams said...

Have a fabulous trip, Peggy... Prayers and Love and HUGS for a wonderful Christmas season with those whom you love so dearly... Hope you get to see some snow!!!!

Kelly said...

Have a Merry Christmas, enjoy your family ☺

Granny said...

Love the little salt dough snowman. Homemade decorations are from the heart and extra special.

We received our first snow of the season last night and I immediately thought of your love of snow.

Enjoy your holiday with the family. I'm still praying for your daughter's family.