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Saturday, December 29, 2012

Snow & Red Bows ...

Hope you all had a wonderful, memory filled Christmas ♥
Snow was in the forecast here, and we anticipated as we went to bed Christmas Eve that we would wake up to at least a sprinkling.  Snow didn't come that night ... though SANTA did! :-)
A new ornament is one of our traditions.  I collect Snowmen & this years ornament is on the top row, center - a sweet little singing Snow girl with Mom embroidered on her toque :-) 
A few days after Christmas, we got snow!
So much so, that you could barely see the red velvet bows hanging on our picket fence.
And this morning, we woke to a few more inches.
Archer loves it as much as we do!
I think he even likes his red bow :-)
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Happy snowy Saturday
from Me & Archer
 xo

5 comments:

Mereknits said...

Archer looks so handsome in his Christmas finery, glad you have beautiful snow to look at,it looks like you live in a snow globe.
Hugs to you,
Meredith

Jeanne said...

Much love and many blessings.......I love all of your postings.
Have a Soulful Sunday
Love Jeanne

Julie Marie at Idyllhours said...

Oh Archer looks just adorable!... such a handsome boy!... xoxo Julie Marie and Tessy

Ms. ~K said...

Happy New Year to you & your loved ones.
xoxo

Kelly said...

I'm glad you had a good Christmas, Deb. We received snow on Christmas Eve so at the last minute we had a white Christmas. Look at Archer, what a sweetheart.