Peace, Love, and Blessings~

I know it's been a while since my last post but my computer has been sick and just got out of the hospital.
I do hope that everyone's Thanksgiving was super! I was very blessed to be able to spend the day with my family and eat way too much. But hey, isn't that what it's all about?
My home and table~
So, with Turkey Day over it is now time to tackle the task of decorating for the Holidays, do some shopping and so much more. Next week I will attempt to get my house decorated and maybe do some entertaining before December really gets crazy. Christmastime has always been one of my favorite times to decorate and entertain. To me it's the one time of the year that conservatives like me go out a little more than usual with their decorating.
My entry table lamp~
May your Holiday Season be filled with Peace, Love, and Laughter.


Monday's Show and Tell~

Happy Monday to all!
I want to start this post by saying that I hope your weekend was grand and may your week be equally great.
Since coming back from Warrenton I haven't been much for junkin' so today I decided to treat myself to a visit of one of my favorite places in town, The Outpost Resale Shop. They are putting out Christmas decor and I came upon some santos that I thought would make a nice addition to my small but dear collection.
I love Santos that have the chipped paint, vibrant old colors and just to imagine where they were once loved and by whom. It's the Old World Style that I like to use when decorating for the Holidays or anytime of year for that matter.

Here's a close-up of the church I also picked up today. It's actually a candlholder, but I loved that it was silver and a little tarnished. The Clay Rosary was not purchased today but I did acquire this beauty last week while stopping in at Laurent Street Antique Mall. I absolutely fell in love with this rosary awhile back and when it was marked down I had to have it. It sits proudly around my favorite dress form in my bedroom.

Have a blessed day~


And The Winners Are~

Connie Meyer of She Dreams Big and Theresa Cano of Garden Antqs Vintage. Congratulations ladies for your stories and for taking the time to do so. It's always a pleasure when a fellow blogger takes the time to leave you a comment or just to say Hi!
Connie's story was to me a very sweet and exciting story, she is going to be a Grandma! It's always wonderful to hear that a baby is on the way, not much can beat that! Congratulations! Connie, we can't wait to see pictures of the baby.
Theresa's story was a funny one because it involved a very sweet helper from Zapp Hall named Jose. It was pouring down rain and he wasn't going to let that stop him from helping whomever he could help that needed it. So, he decided to dress himself in black trashbags to try to keep a little dry. I don't know that it helped him stay dry, but his heart was in the right place.
Thanks so much to everyone that took the time to write about their story. I enjoyed reading all of them. Some were all too familiar when it comes to being in Round Top/Warrenton.
And now for the prize these lovely ladies will be receiving. These giftbags and tags are handmade by moi! I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed making them for you.

Peace, Love and Blessings~


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