Friday, December 20, 2013

Friday Faves

* Quote of the Week: "Our hearts grow tender with childhood memories and love of kindred, and we are better throughout the year for having, in spirit, become a child again at Christmas-time."~ Laura Ingalls Wilder

* Something to Buy: Taro Gomi's Daily Doodle calendar

* Some Things to Make: customize your canisters

* A Song: actually, an entire playlist, for when you are tired of all Christmas songs on the radio

* Images of the Week: the work of David Baker

* Great Read: Christmas Cookie Sprinkle Snitcher

* Terrific Tip: organize your baking cabinet

* To Make You Smile: Ward Miles: First Year

* Film Fancies: For the Holidays

* PINspiration: Photography by Oh So Splendid

  * Anticipating: Sixteen days off starting today at 4:10.

* In Case You Missed It: Don't We All Have Our Secret Things?

* Some Things I Love: snowmen, a fire in the fireplace, soup tureens, old silver candelabra, the smell of cookies baking, roaming around a party with my camera conducting my own Kiss Cam, Secret Santa...


Jeanne said...

I always love all you share.
Merry Christmas and best wishes for 2014
Much love


amelia said...

Seeing on a tree tied to the roof of a car always makes me happy!

Jeanne said...

Stopping by to tell you that I hope that you have a wonderful Christmas with your family... one that is filled with JOY and inner peace. I just love your photo of the tree coming home in the snow.!!! It is an awesome shot. Remember these days so well from my childhood, and brings back many memories. In Texas, not very many christmas trees arrive like this. Something I miss. Blessings to you Relyn!

Mac n' Janet said...

As always thank you for your Friday post.

Marilyn said...

I just love, love your lists and links. The photographs and light of David Baker is breath taking!!!

Jeanie said...

So pretty! Have a very, very merry Christmas, Relyn!

Isa Lisboa said...

I simply LOVE christmas! Happy Hollidays!

Kyra said...

Stop, savour, feel the moment that are and make life what it is, bring Christmas in your hearts and let it's spirit heal you for another year to come.

Merry Christmas my friend.

S. Etole said...

I've enjoyed checking out these links this morning. Loved going into the forest and bringing home a tree when I was a child.

Anita said...

I always love your animated shorts, so sweet. Thank you for your blog that always lifts my spirits and for your encouraging words when you visit mine.
Wishing you and your family a blessed and Merry Christmas!

Jaime said...

So much beauty, you have collected here! So much.
Thank you for sharing!
David Baker... GASP! Incredible! Where did you find him???

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