Looks like a winter wonderland to me! Does Teddy have a sweater to wear?!!!
Wow, what a wonderful white world. But honestly I only like snow when i can stay at home. On the road I DO NOT LIKE it at all. BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!
We woke up to the same sight - sadly now all melted. It was beautiful while it lasted!
Your mantle looks lovely!!!Have a great day.Always, Queenie
Oh so pretty....all that snow. I love your mantle with all the stone work. So beautiful.
Lovely "cotton" you have for a white Christmas. Teddy doesn't mind the cold wet on his feet? We are getting very cold here and snow is predicted. So far tons of rain. Holiday Blessings...
OHhh! long time since I saw this. and your post made me smile,thanks Sharon.. BJ
Beautiful! Wow...what an amazing mantel, Sharon. It's beyond amazing. I love it!
Well, my backyard looks just like yours and my puppy dog does, too.I do not have that gorgeous stone fireplace, but two out of three isn't bad, LOLHave a beautiful Christmas :)
We haven't received the snow yet, but they are predicting it to start tomorrow evening. My hubby is back at the nursing home after another hospital stay and I can stay home for a few days if I have to. I can always talk to him by cell phone. The snow does look like cotton. Have a wonderful day. Your Missouri Friend.
WOW that is gorgeous and would definitely put me into the spirit of Christmas. It is the end of December and we have not even had to wear a coat here in Atlanta. I think that is part of the reason I just haven't gotten into it this year!! Keep Teddy out of the cotton and enjoy your decorating!!!Loves from The Queen
I do love the snow! It is currently snowing here but imagine it won't amount to much. Snow really puts me in the Christmas spirit.
Dear Sharon - It looks like dreaming of a white Christmas happened. Love your mantle - Hope Teddy is not lost in that cotton - have a Merry Christmas.
Wow it's so pretty! and your mantle is beautiful. We are trying to snow but it just turns into wind and rain. I thought we would be blown off the mountain again the other day with gusts up to 80 mph! I'm finally ready (I think) for the big day. Have a good one, Pearl
Hi Sharon, what a wonderful story . . . all that crazy hard work paid off because look at your home. It is incredible and so much nicer than someone who just hired a crew to build it for them. You have a wonderful memory and you should be very proud. Your fireplace is amazing.Good luck on the give-away andMerry ChristmasYour blogging sister, Connie :)
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