Happy Friday! I hope your week has been productive and fulfilling, no matter what your circumstances.
I continue to be amazed when I hear friends sharing about their lives, living with stage 4 cancer and how much joy and hope they have; I always want to live like that regardless of what is looming on the horizon.
I decided to share a few more photos of my Christmas decorations and am missing our camera so; we are still waiting to hear it is on its way to us, all fixed. Meanwhile I struggle with our old camera, but I'm still thankful that we have a digital camera at all.
My first and original village started by my mother in law. We always set it up on the dining room buffet.
My antique school desk with a few snowman.
A bit blurry but this is my nativity scene that I got about 28 years ago; I still love it.
What more could be said? I love the figurine with the angel bowing before the baby Jesus.
We are going out to run errands this morning and later on I will have Miss S, age 6, over to put a binding on a quilt she made for her cousin. Got to love seeing your hobbies/passions passed on to the next generations.
On a side note: our sweet Reggie has been having mild seizures and I'm growing more concerned about him. As many know, back in the summer, after a major grand Mal seizure, the vet said he probably only had 3-4 weeks. We've now had 4 mos. and I love the days of grace with him. The seizure he had on Saturday and today are very small; more like he can't walk steady and has overall weakness. I pray we have many more days with him and trust that when its time, I will know-not a minute too soon or too late.
Blessings on your weekend dear friends. Noreen