Saturday, December 13, 2008

feeling the december cheer


"remember...that some of life's most treasured moments often come unannounced." (unknown)


we are enjoying all the little moments that this time of year has to offer . . .watching snow fall while we're inside toasty warm, snugged under warm blankets on the couch reading books, sipping hot drinks, trying new recipes, decorating with red, wearing cozy red socks & slippers, soothed by the light of vanilla candles, eating pomegranates, wrapping gifts, eating & "being merry" with friends, stringing cinnamon scented pine-cones, reading holiday letters, creating new year cards for friends . . . remembering that it is the simple things in life that make us smile . . . that, truly, some of life's most treasured moments often come unannounced. 

















8 comments:

Anonymous said...

- love it all - !!!!

juan

Kelly and Janae said...

oooohhh- your place looks so cozy! wish we were there. good to chat yesterday. much love for the holidays..will be thinking of you and your family havin' fun.
-J

Jamie and Katie said...

Mmmmm . . I want to come celebrate the holidays at your house. I relate to what you said about unplanned moments. . . Jamie and I had the most fantastic holiday at home together weekend this weekend-totally unplanned but I could not have planned it better. I think it will be the highlight of my holidays!

Kariza said...

Love the pictures. Sure looks cozy....and completely Tami.

clara jane said...

Love your photos! Miss you two!

Zane&Anna said...

i always love your photos and thoughts tami! your place looks so cozy and inviting=-) merry christmas to you both... enjoy some snowflake watching for us... we have temps predicted in the 80s on x-mas day... *sigh* =-)

jillian said...

Its SOOO pretty! It'll be kinda sad once you move out of that place. So subtle, yet so cozy and festive.
Jill

Cassandra said...

Nice to "meet" you as well. I told Rory the other night after I discovered your blog that you look very familiar. So I'm sure I've seen you at Parma in the past as well. I really enjoy your writing, thoughts, photos as well...