Thoughts, For A Sunday in December.

“The moon on the breast of the new~fallen snow, Gave a lustre of midday to objects below, When what to my wondering eyes did appear . . .” ~ Clement Clark Moore, A Visit from St. Nicholas

❤ Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donder,  Blitzen and, of course, ‘RUDOLPH.’ ❤


Dear friends, these December days are passing, once again, all too quickly.  Know I appreciate your visit and I wish you and yours a day of joy.  Filled with everyone and everything which makes your heart happy.  And, when you take a break from the rush, I would like you to remember my thought for you… 

“May you never be too grown up to search the skies on Christmas Eve.” ~ unknown


Joyeux Noël, 




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14 thoughts on “Thoughts, For A Sunday in December.

  1. Good morning Sandra. Beautiful images this Sunday morning. It seems that this year has flown by, and Christmas has come so quickly. Wishing you a Merry Sunday my friend!??❤️??

    1. Yes, Pam, this year has flown by. I wish it would slow down. A merry Sunday to you and your lovely family.❤?❤

  2. Sandra, I still think of that magic as a little girl searching the skies on Christmas Eve. Oh, how exciting that was! Enjoy your day, sweet friend!!!

    1. Dear Shannon, it certainly was. And the wonder of it all brings happiness to young and old alike. Happy Sunday, dear friend.❤?❤

  3. Dear Sandra, I can finally comment, maybe I made a mess of wanting to do it without having the right things.
    Well, I love your style that puts beautiful quotes for every image you show … I love it and it shows a lot of creativity, since it is not so easy to find appropriate quotes.
    Reindeer images … Santa reading quietly is a very beautiful image. Thanks friend. A hug

    1. So happy to see you here, Dolores. And, I thank you so much for your kind words. Wishing you happy December days and hugs to you, too, my friend.❤?❤

    1. Many thanks, dear Jeanie. Is there anything better than Santa and Rudolph? It helps all of us to go to “another world, time and place.” It was sweeter there. Merry days to you, my friend.

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