Tag Archives: Christmas
Her favourite were the little sparkly mice, she threw then all over the house and ‘chased’ them.
We each contributed something for our turkey dinner, set it up buffet style in eldest daughter’s tiny house, then we took turns going in, filling our plates and headed out onto the deck to eat safely. (Scroll down) Eating Christmas … Continue reading
I wish you a safe, healthy, happy, blessed Christmas there in your bubble. Stay there until the danger has passed when we will all be free at last and all our joys will double. 2020©Sharron R. McMillan
We’ll have a covid Christmas Eve alone, spending the day in our own home, hanging the stockings out in the shop, sharing the love that no virus can stop, as we open our gifts in our own living room watching … Continue reading
We weren’t in the mood to go out and get a Christmas tree but I still wanted to decorate something. I snipped the tips off the spruce my best friend brought us one year when she flew here from Saskatchewan. … Continue reading
Missing something? Well don’t let that stop you from enjoying everything else ~Author Unknown
Eldest daughter’s Tiny House wrapped in Christmas cheer.
Christmas is over but the tree is still twinkling merrily and presents are stacked beneath it. The New Year hasn’t arrived yet but I’m already planning what I will do differently in it. It’s a strange feeling betwixt and between … Continue reading
Sometimes I wonder why you seemed to take so long to send a saviour to our earth when things had gone so wrong. So many years of killing, of terror for the young, hatred and destruction, so little hope … Continue reading
It was a whisper that floated past milling crowds of travellers, buyers, sellers and settled in the hearts of quiet shepherds, of men of wisdom watching the stars, and a young girl in a barn. Rarely found anywhere else but … Continue reading