Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Tis the Christmas Season..

Tis the Christmas Season again :-)

It seems like just a short time ago, we were preparing for our very first Christmas together as a married couple, and find it hard to believe that another year has come and is about gone.. bringing us to our 2nd!
This year was full of so many fun trips, exciting events and so many memories that I will forever cherish! I DO still plan on trying to blog about them/or most of them when everything FINALLY settles down. It's on my mental to-do list nearly everyday :-)

Since our move, we have so enjoyed redecorating and have several more plans for cool ideas :-)
Most of "those" projects haven't even happened yet, but Im looking forward to when we are able to do them! I imagine some snapshots in the future.. ;-)

We decided last year that we would create this tradition to set up our tree the day after Thanksgiving each year... and it had already been a time we were looking forward to... weeks before. :-)  I so enjoy sitting in the evening with very few lights, if any on... and watching/looking at the tree.. with a few Cinnamon Apple candles flickering and the aromas filling our place. I love when my husband comes home from a long day at work and comments about how festive it looks and how our place smells so good. :-) As I sit in the quiet.. I cant help but think about how blessed I am this season and every season for that matter. :-) 

The night we retrieved our tree from storage, we also brought some other Christmas decorations that I had originally to add to our place this season! With so many things on my mind and trying to get everything together and ready for our trip home... these decorations have been falling to the back burner.. Yesterday, I started to get them out... Just a few shots.

Ginger decided she wanted to ride, instead of Snap below always wanting to sit..and watch 
everything. She's a bit more playful and energetic than that.. ;-) Snap exclaims that someone has to be on the lookout too!

At the end of the day, they both come home to their log cabin and rest before starting another new day. A side note, my Grandfather made this log cabin from scratch and to look at it up close.. the details of his carvings are amazing! 

Merry Christmas..