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~Henri Cartier-Bresson



Friday, December 19, 2008

A Virtual Invitation of Christmas Spirit


Park your car or truck near the gate. It will be open. Walk into the garden and up to the porch.

Come on up the steps to our door and knock.

Please come in and stay awhile. Have some hot cider and enjoy your visit.
It's almost Christmas!
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8 comments:

Debbie in CA : ) said...

What a delightful invite! I am free of splint and back to typing (though I must conserve or risk pain). I've made myself at home and enjoyed my visit so much! Your wordless post left me speechless from the beauty. [She brushes aside a tear.]

Joyous and Merry Christmas to you, my sweet friend over on the good ground. : D

Lucy said...

So lovely, please tell me everyone is warm! I'm a non drinker but I may need a bit of something in my cider. Merry Christmas and best wishes to all my outside special friends please!

Madeline's Album said...

Great pictures and very nice invite, wish I lived close enough to except your kind invitation. I enjoyed your wordless post on Wednesday, you I know are very proud of your son. Have a good evening. Merry Christmas to you and yours. Madeline

Karen Deborah said...

This is so lovely! these photos could be Hallmark greeting cards! wish i could take you up on the invite and the cider, I like mine mulled with spices....

castlewon said...

Thanks! I brought you a virtual European cookie collection from Trader Joe's. Haven't tasted it yet--hope it's good!

Laura ~Peach~ said...

if only! I would be there in a heartbeat!!!
HUgs laura
ps I'll even bring the duct tape :)

Jan Ely said...

Thanks for the tour--your house is cute! And your apple cider ain't too bad either!

Jo said...

I soooo enjoyed my visit. The cider was delicious (psssst did I detect a hint of a little something else in that cider?) With all of that virtual snow falling I wasn't even afraid of coming face to face with a rattler.

Hugs to you my sweet Elly Mae.