Doesn't the house look sad when all the holiday decorations come down? It's so hard to know what to do to cheer things up. It's still, in fact winter, and it is here in a big way. The temperature is still in the minus column, the two feet of snow won't be going anywhere any time soon. These are the hardest days of the year as far as I'm concerned. Failure to launch...into the new year!
All I have to show is cozy canning jars. Little projects is all I have the attention span for.
A gift from my hubby, the four seasons of Beekman 1802 soaps. They came with a handwritten card and Josh and Brent's signatures. The coolest packaging, beautiful wooden box with a screen door lid. Thanks honey!
I used this wrapping paper on all my gifts, and wrapped these two dictionaries as risers for my lamp. They are going to stay.
So was everyone watching Downton Abbey on Sunday night? Our local PBS station played the last episode leading up to the new episodes. Watching that episode was so painful, knowing how it would end. I love a beautifully made series, such as Downton Abbey. I will be watching and hoping for some happier times for the characters there.
One week into the new year. Seems from years past it takes a while for the new year to take hold. Hope all is well in your neck of the woods. Thanks for stopping by and all your kind comments. Enjoy this beautiful day.
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