Happy Sunday, beautiful Renee.xoxo
OMG Giggle..I remember this holiday special..thanks for the fun memories hon..Love ya, Sarah
Renee, that was so sweet, and soft, and sugary too. Thinking I need a tree right now!Be well.
Good Morning to you! I LOVE the picture. The video is so cute, those gingerbread men are so neat and the Jack in the boxes too. Haven't seen one of those in years.(((HUGS)))
There is nothing as sweet as seeing the magic and wonder of Christmas reflected in an innocent child's eyes. Brings a lump to my throat and a tear to my eyes every time.Hugs and love,xoxoxoAngela
gorgeous tree but I live the child too, after all, children is what Christmas is about
Awww..thts too sweet!The clamation is so cute and lovely. Loved it:)Hope you are keeping well, Renee.Good Day!
Oh, the magic of Christmas and childhood, all wrapped up in one big bow. Happy Sunday.
Thanks for the little movie. I enjoyed it. I sent a Christmastree to my dad in Germany this year. I crocheted a table top tree for him and his wife. I hope they will enjoy it. Have a blessed day Renee!Love,Doris
There you go again making me trip all over from catching up with you! Slow Down! Slow Down! I want to tell you something...you are beautiful and I am a better person for having met you. Thank you.
Considering my tree is not up yet I'm enjoying looking at this pic!!I'm thinking about you Renee!!All my love,manon
Very cute, I remember that:)
Renee- for true happiness to really be that simple. Thanks for teaching me the child's way. ~rick
Damn it, you just reminded me (at 6am) that I have to go hunt mine down today......
Beautiful tree and I think the best way to enjoy Christmas is like a child...living in the moment. Hugs to you Renee!
renee, my tree is leaning against the house, soon to come in, and maybe soon to be decorated.what i like most of all is getting up in the early morning, turning the lights on, and breathing in the scent of evergreen. i am leaving out the part about stringing the lights on every year and within minutes watching a fuse blow out at least one set. i am also leaving out the part where i swear very loud and want to throw the g.d. tree right out the window.xoxoHAHAHA, the word verf. is messa.that too will come and i will complain about that too. :)
I love the Christmas images on your blog. :-) I always wait till the 5th of december has gone. After that day i can loose myself in the Chrismas feelings....Sweet greetz for you.
Hi Renee! Adorable image! Love the claymation Christmas video too! Thanks for sharing! Have a wonderful Sunday! :)
What a gorgeous picture, Renee! You keep this up and you're going to make me like Christmas. (Grin). I'm doing a little happy dance (more like gimp-limp) because our New Orleans Saints just WON their game!! The poor babies have never been to the Super Bowl and I think they're due one! Geaux Saints!!I love you, Renee. Blessings!
:) that was fun... I just watched it with my 5 year old son and he loved it.thank you Renee I love all that you are sharing with us for the festive season.xoxo you're a gem... actually you're a living angel!
Hi Renee. Stopped by to say have a great week. I like that tree. How fun it was to be a kid. Take care.
Hi Renee,I just put up my tree this afternoon and I enjoyed pulling out every ornament which reminded me of happy times. I love Christmas. Sending you love and a hug!
Bless you in the upcoming christmas :)Is it snowing at your place??
oh what fun!!! I love it...claymation is so amazing...HugsssssssssssssssDiana
That's beautiful -- like you. And how are all of you doing?
you know our sarcastic sense of humor renee "i am leaving out the part about stringing the lights on every year and within minutes watching a fuse blow out at least one set. i am also leaving out the part where i swear very loud and want to throw the g.d. tree right out the window."i laughed my gd head off...thanks for the belly laugh kj, you never know what will make someone's night....jacquie
Your in my thoughts alot these days. Hope you are enjoying the season.Katelen
aaaw, jacquie, since i have alligned with you a long time ago even though you don't know that, i am delighted and then some that you laughed your gd head off. matter of that, that may be my proudest achievement of the gd month. and thanks for saying so, jacquie, i will give you a hundred belly laughs if that were in my power. i think you rock.xoxokj
hahahahahaha, oh kj. now i know you are trying to be serious here and show us christmas in a beautiful way and kj keeps making me laugh.i'll go watch the video and be back. to tell you what i think,bye dear Renee.xoxoxo lori
Oh Renee! i loved it! now i am really in the Christmas spirit, i saw ducks waddling and gingerbread men twiriling, i saw mr. potato head and i even saw some knitting by mrs. clause!i only have one problem, i don't have a tree yet and i refuse to pay 50.00 for a tree off the lot, so i'm going to wait and see if kj really does throw hers out the window and i'm gonna grab it. do you think this is a good plan? love to you,lori
My favorite Christmas tree scene is the one from Chevy Chase Xmas Vacation where he cuts the string on the tree and blows out the living room window. hahaha! Now I have to go watch that movie. :) xoxox PamPS I still remember hanging the tinsel on the tree when I was little. Magical stuff! :)
This year, I won't be home for Christmas. So, I am SO enjoying not putting any decorations up. Here's why. I have two large (11x17) hand drawn pictures of Christmas trees by each of my grandchildren. They are both framed and on easels flanking an old green china tree, lit from the inside, that I had as a child. In front is a little three dimensional tree my son made. On either side of this are small wax lambs that belonged to my mother. Every morning, I have my coffee right next to them and see them all the day long as I pass by.When everyone is here, Christmas decorations kick into high gear and there is glitz and sparkle hanging from the rafters and hustle and bustle and good food smells. As I've gotten older, I appreciate those quiet times by the three tabletop trees more and more. And I like having those two perspectives.Which do I like better? All our Christmas trees. Because all the generations of my family are children together for that small moment in time.I just wanted to share one of my traditions with you. I think about you often, especially when I am sitting by the trees and knowing how much you are enjoying Chirstmas unfolding around you.xoxo right back at you
lovely, but my fave is 'silent night' alwasy wanna cry when i hear it.
Oh I can't wait for grandchildren...to have the wonder and miracle back in Christmas. To have little footed pajama people running around asking for "shmellows" in their hot chocolate.
Hi there dear Renee,i left several comments, but yoy don't post them. I don't understand, did i write something that hurted your feelings? Then i wasn't awarew of that. Please let me know if you wish, çause i don't understand it.Sweet greetz....PS i didn't visit all my favourite blogs for awhile because of my muscle disease.
I love this image. The child,,it's all about the child.Thanks for the reminder.
Love the magical pic and the video! I hope you're enjoying lots of cocoa and Christmas lights!
Renee, I'm thinking of you, and praying.
You are on my mind, in my heart, and a prayer upon my lips. All my love to you, Renee. ♥ Deb
sweet video Renee, I swear I could watch Youtube for hours, it's never ending, haha!that photo you included is simply magical!did you get your tree up yet? blessings,betty
I can always count on you for a quiet moment -- thanks!
This is so darling, I love fairy lights, they light up the world with happiness, I wish they could twinkle all year round x
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