Something Beautiful Got in The Way!

Good Sunday morning, everyone.  I do hope this finds you well.  As you can tell this is not my ordinary Sunday post.  Why is that, you might ask?  Well,  I have been busy taking down Christmas. Yes, you read that correctly, and I do know it is February.  However, I will always find every excuse known to man and woman to leave the sights of Christmas for us to enjoy as long as I can.  This year, Mother Nature gave me a splendid excuse ~ the beautiful snow.  Oh, the tree was so gorgeous these past many evenings with the snow falling.  It was utterly enchanting.

That said, I will see you this week and I hope you will join me  ‘At Table.’  I have been doing a little cooking and will be sharing recipes.


Dear friends, know I wish you and yours a beautiful day and week ahead.  Stay well!





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12 thoughts on “Something Beautiful Got in The Way!

  1. Good morning, Sandra! I don’t blame you at all for enjoying your Christmas decorations a little longer. I’m always sad to take them down as they add so much warmth and joy during dreary winter days, I look forward to your At Table post. I always enjoy them. Have a most wonderful day, sweet friend!

    1. Thank you, Shannon. The tree was a delight when it was so cold and snowy. This week looks as though Spring may be knocking at our door.
      Have a wonderful week, my friend.

    1. Good morning, Rita. I believe I may be a “Rita wanna be.” I am completely reorganizing the storage for the Christmas ornaments. You just might approve. However, it has been a job. I know spring will arrive soon and the garden will be calling.
      Wishing you a wonderful week and enjoy the nice break in our weather!

  2. Sandra, I kept my Christmas decor up through Candlemas Day on February 2. And enjoyed it daily, especially during our two deep (for us) snowfalls. We still have front porch and kitchen porch decor up because it’s been too cold to take it down. And truthfully, I still miss the tree lights being on at night. So there, dear friend, you are not alone!

    1. Dear Dewena, I am so happy to know I am not alone in my love of the most beautiful season. We have had bitter cold, but today it looks like Spring. We are also promised warmer temperatures this week. I miss the lights too, but I will keep a few things around that twinkle. Thanks so much for your visit and have a wonderful week.

    1. Good morning, dear Pam. The tree was gorgeous with the snow falling. It was a special treat. Today, it looks a bit like spring. And the daffodils are coming through the soil. Wishing you a wonderful week and I am praying for good news for you, regarding your dad. Love and hugs, my friend.

  3. I still have a little Christmas too! And I love the lights! Looking forward to another “At Table.” Have a wonderful week!

    1. Good morning, Jeanie. It is hard to say goodbye to the lights during these winter evenings. Although, I looked outside yesterday evening at 6:00 and it was still daylight. I do believe Spring is on the march. Have a great week, Jeanie.

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