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a white christmas

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas!Jed and I drove to Iowa last week right before the snow storm hit (literally minutes before)! I wasn't counting on a white Christmas this year since it really did not look as if it would snow. Our weather in the midwest has been pretty strange and it was kind of hard for me to get in the Christmas spirit this year. But we were pleasantly surprised to find a blanket of snow on the ground the morning after we arrived at my parents' house. I really miss my home in Iowa, with all the space and beautiful scenery. I wanted to be sure and take some pictures while there was still snow on the ground. I'm sharing a few pictures from our Christmas last week as well as a few photos from Christmas with our families. It has been a wonderful break for us here. We get to spend a few more days in Iowa after the holidays and I'm looking forward to seeing some friends while we're here. Wishing you all a very happy Christmas! xoxo

11 comments :

  1. These photos are lovely! And what an adorable gold watch!

    So glad to hear your holidays went well.


    Erica

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  2. Looks like a perfect Christmas to me!
    Hope you had a very jolly time!

    Katie

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  3. Oooh!very beautifull!
    merry christmas!

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  4. our white christmas was two days late, but i'm glad it finally snowed! your holidays sound so cozy. there is nothing more beautiful than wide open spaces blanketed in fresh snow.

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  5. Love your blog, the clothes you make and the beautiful sentence of Thoreau you choose. Great*
    So nice to discover this place:)
    Have a beautiful 2013!!
    Sandra

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  6. that first photo is just stunning.
    I'd love to know what all the gorgeous food in your photos is! I'm still interested in good Christmas recipe recommendations. Just made my grandma's Russian Christmas bread this weekend - I'll blog about it soon.

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  7. Beautiful images! Merry Christmas and all the best in 2013 to you and Jed.

    Hugs, Silvana

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  8. I just read through your blog and it is just so lovley. What a pleasure! Happy New Year. :)

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  9. That cinnamon bread just made me very very hingry, haha.

    I am glad you had a merry christmas! Happy New Year!

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  10. Looks like you had a beautiful and simple Christmas. Plus your goodies are making me hungry.

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