“Finally, beloved, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is pleasing, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence and if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things.” Philippians 4:8
I have stored all my Christmas decorations except some small trees and lights. I enjoy a winter theme until February.
I used two trees on my mantle, several blue and white ginger jars and greenery from my back yard.
I made large bows for each tree.
For the center I placed a small church. A horse drawn carriage carries a family to church.
White roses always make a peaceful and lovely statement for the New Year. Again I used greenery from my back yard.
My Maddie ice skating in Greenville. Jenn, Maddie and I saw “A Charlie Brown Christmas” and went ice skating.
My crystal collection of trees adorn my entry table. I did not bring them out until after Christmas. Just love them.
Have a wonderful January day. Philippians 4:8 gives me a great guidance.
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Dianne, I love your transition from Christmas to winter. Your mantel is so beautiful with the blue and white and the twinkling trees, perfect for winter. The dining room table with the white roses is so winter lovely. Maddie is a beautiful young lady, she is growing up before our eyes. I know you are so very proud of her. Her sweet smile just radiates. May God bless you, Bob, and your precious family in 2020. ❤️