Pilgrim, Saved By Grace - wife - mother - sister - friend - occasional writer - quilter - knitter - gardener - voracious reader
It seems like I'm always logged out when I visit your blog so I have a few comments to catch up with:) I absolutely loved the Christmas Village by Betty--beautiful, especially the church! Also loved the 'Bearded One's' glazed Christmas cookies---they were incredible; they got me so excited that I set out to learn about glazing cookies!Your spring in winter flower is very pretty! We have a camellia sasanqua that blooms in autumn/winter -- makes me think of spring every time I see it! Blessings!AimeeCongrats to the happy couple!
just stopping in to thank you, for your kind words, when i needed them most. xo
TY so much for visiting me and your kind comment and offer:)I kept your e-mail and will write you soon (I copied your comment without the e-mail and published that on my blog as I didn't want you getting any spam from people that might see it). Hope that was OK.TY again! Love your blog!Blessings, Aimee
That's cold -- definitely no place for a coffee break. Thank you for hosting Skywatch Friday -- that was a beautiful picture you had there.
They of say variety is the spice of life!
Congratulations on your lovely Skywatch photo. And I live south of Seattle and have a similar contrasting story I could show, although only primroses. Nice post. Hope you don't lose too many plants in this cold freeze.
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