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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Sights of the Season

Our hearts grow tender with 
childhood memories and love of kindred,
we are better  throughout the year
for having, in spirit,
become a child again
at Christmas Time
                                          Laura Ingalls Wilder


















Primitive Blessings are sent your way
wishing you all
The Magic of an Ordinary Day
                                                  Connie

8 comments:

  1. oh I love your prim christmas decor..beautiful..have a very merry christmas and all the best for the new year.;)

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  2. Connie, I just love the pictures of all your Christmas decor.. BUT my heart skips a beat when I saw the old photos and the "days gone by " stitchry and the baby shoes. Love the old sheet music as well. I really think I should have lived in the days of the past. Thanks so much for sharing. Such an inspiration. Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas
    Angela

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  3. Truly beautiful moments and treasures you've captured in your lens Connie....Only one who sees such beauty in their hearts can do that you know....Wishing you all the magic of the season....Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

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  4. I just love your pictures, Connie. Thank you so much for sharing them throughout the year. I hope you a wonderful, amazing, Very Merry Christmas!

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  5. I love the old black and whites.
    Are they family or just pics that you love?
    I would love to do something like that!
    Everything looks great.
    Many blessings and good wishes for you and your family!
    ~Linda~

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  6. Hi Connie,
    Lovely pics!! So many wonderful prims!!
    Merry Christmas!!
    Hugs,
    Lorna

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  7. Gorgeous photos Connie! And, thank you for the wonderful tutorial for the paper ornies. I'm going to have to try some.

    Hope you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

    God Bless,
    Connie

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  8. the days gone by on ticking is very charming!

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