Christmas House day 5
Christmas Entry


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I love that bag, what a wonderful idea…

You’re not a loo loo; I am already planning my theme tree for next year. And I do not even have the tree
up yet for this year. I have been stalking the ornaments I want for next year , hoping they will go on sale.


Doreen Frost

OHHH..I'm dashing over to check it out right now :)

Wishing you a wonderful day,

country mouse

Oh, Clarice--I can see that you're still feeling a little gun shy after someone left you the comment with the grammar corrections. While I'm sure she meant well, don't worry about it!

It's so easy to criticize--especially when you're only seeing one facet of someone's entire personality. If that commenter knew you personally and experienced what a deeply thoughtful, profoundly intelligent woman you are she never would have made that comment.

You are amazing in so many ways and my life has been truly blessed just because you are in it.

One of the great things about you is that you have learned not to stress over the stuff that other people think you should be doing. Keep that in mind as you blog--just be you. We all love you for you, for your ideas, for your style and for your grace to others.

With much adoration,

Gumbo Lily

Thank you for sharing this site, Clarice. I'm thinking hand warmers sound like a good gift for those of us up North.




I just went over to the Rhythm of the Home site, and it's definitely one to follow. Thank you for pointing the way. There's lots to see now, and sure to be more wonderful articles in the future.

Have a good day.



Hello! Thanks for posting about this site - I will have to check it out. Your breakfast sounds yummy - I have to go and make ours now. :) Theresa


It sounds lovely! I need to go find out what this is...

Barbara Empey

Thanks so much for your nice comment! By the way, I love your blog, it is like reading a story book, with lovely pictures to look at! Averi's recovery was truly a testimony of God's love for us. Averi was diagnosed with an extremely rare disease called, osteopetrosis - most children do not survive the first year of life with it. The doctors sent her home after her diagnosis, to spend at least one Christmas with her family. She is truly a miracle! She is blind, because of the disease, but she is smart, loves to sing and plays the piano beautifully. If her brother would not have been a perfect match for the bone morrow transplant, she would not be with us today - another miracle. Many blessings to you and your daughter, hopefully she is doing well.
Blessings, Barb

Sharon D.

Good Morning Clarice! Thanks for the tip, I will check it out :) Have a wonderful weekend and enjoy your Espresso-Toast :)


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