Tuesday, December 11, 2018

A Few Seasonal Images

The tree this year is much narrower and a bit shorter so it can be squeezed into small spaces.

I made these two winter scenes in jars but it's hard to keep the stickers stuck to the sides.




Today in Vancouver we were supposed to have record rainfall of between 40-60 centimeters. I stayed indoors and watched television and internet news to learn about street flooding in various parts of the Greater Vancouver area.
These photos were taken from the safety of my balcony.

 Joining in a bit late with


  1. So sweet and warm and cozy in your home with all the decorations! I love the jars, like snow globes with the winter scenes, and all your touches for Christmas. Good to stay inside with all that rain! After the rainbow-rain?! BTW I love the scripture in your last post from Revelation about the Rainbow surrounding the throne. I forgot to mention it in the comments, and today I realized that description would come into my thoughts, and it was a welcome image for sure and moved away other thoughts that I needn't be having! Thank you!! God Bless You as you glorify Him in all the works of your hand and in your home!! ♡

  2. Good to see that you're in the Christmas spirit.

  3. I am glad to see beautiful decorations in your house.
    have a great day

  4. It looks very festive and pretty!

  5. Hello, pretty decorations, you place is looking festive and beautiful. Love the view. Enjoy your day and the weekend ahead!

  6. It looks cozy and festive. Love those snow scene jars.

  7. I really like the scenes in the jars you are very clever. Hope you have a good one. We are on our way on Monday so I do not know how much time I will have to visit or blog, possibly none! All the very best and have a wonderful Christmas. Diane
    P.S. I am reading the second book of Diana Hawkins - heart breaking I never knew the human race could be so cruel! The whole world needs to read it and react to it.

  8. I really enjoyed seeing your holiday themed photos. I miss the holiday spirit - there is no sign of Christmas anywhere here ...


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