Saturday, December 24, 2016

From my house to yours

Before the hub bub of children and dogs start I wanted to take time to wish all my blogging friends a safe and happy holiday season.  I look back and count my blessings this past year and there are many.

I have so many things for which I am grateful and very high on that list is my stitching community.  I am so thankful to be a member of three fabulous stitching groups.  Those groups are comprised of two guilds and one group of dear and awesome ladies that I call my friends who I meet with each week.  What did I do before I met them?  It was a lonely stitching existence before they appeared in my life.  You all know what I mean.  We all may have a vast list of friends but they more often then not don't get us like our stitching friends do.  These women are truly my tribe.  We have shared births and deaths and surgeries and weddings and graduations and vacations and laughter and girls weekends and shopping and support and knowledge and best of all love and friendship over the years.

My wish for all of you is to be so very fortunate to have a fellow stitching buddy or buddies to share your passion with.  Merry Christmas and happy holidays to you and yours.
The tree is trimmed

Just waiting for the eggnog

Time to place the packages under the tree 
Stockings to be hung

Caroles to sing
A Charlie Brown tree to be sure

And a well wish to all our heroes and soldiers.

a tree for the kitchen....

all shiny and bright.....

and Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night.


Lynda Ruth Bowers said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family. Big hugs from Canada

Christine said...

Absolutely love all the Christmas decorating! Thank you for sharing pics all year long of your projects! Have a wonderful Christmas with your family!

Robin in Virginia said...

What wonderful pictures you shared, Robin! You are so right about our stitching friendships. And this blogging community has added so much to those friendships. Hope you and your had a joy-filled day!

diamondc said...

Robin: Lovely post, your Christmas decorations are lovely.
I hope you had a very Merry Christmas.