May you all have the most wonderful, magical and blessed
See you in 2014.
|Some of the crowd at the Christmas party I attended. A lot of Asians were represented.|
|The back of the venue. There were also a lot of people to my right but I didn't capture that section.|
|The little boy was clearly excited about something on stage. I think it was the Persian dancer.|
|These beautiful Vietnamese ladies performed two different dances. There were several other performers but most were moving too fast for me to get good photos.|
|A dancer from Mongolia.She danced to a slow song but her movements were lithe and quick.|
|Of course a Christmas party would not be complete without a visit from Santa and toys for the children. They were excited about that. Santa is behind the tree|
|Joining with Our World Tuesday.|
Where does the time go?!
Best to breathe and savour the days as they pass.
|Beautiful flowers remind me of God's blessings.|
|A hut in a Kenyan village. It belongs to my friend's Grandmother.|
|Two Kenyan women and their children. They were desperate for some help.|
|I've been wanting something in shades of red and gray for some time. The neutral pillow cases in the back are also made of flannel.|
|Parcels and envelopes ready to go. My table is a mess (again).|
|My nephew & his girlfriend left this surprise at my door but couldn't stay to visit. He called me to let me know. I was very touched that he remembered I get poinsettias every year to brighten my home at Christmas.|
|I had a another happy surprise yesterday when I went to the Post Office. I won this beautiful Christmas book in a giveaway hosted by blogging friend Terra from Terra Garden.|
|Since I snapped this photo I've made 6 more hexies, woven in all the ends of the others and took apart the hexies I joined together in week 1 (to get a preview of what things would look like). The colour of the blue in the hexies at the front is off. They are a softer shade than what shows.|
|It was very windy yesterday and today. The good thing about the wind is it drives away the cloud cover.|
|Two projects underway.|
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