Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Peaceful White Wednesday

I am wishing and praying for a peaceful holiday for all
my bloggy friends and all my *not* bloggy friends too!
This time of year can get very stressful and it can sure
get overwhelming at times. Just when I think I can't
take anymore...I feel so guilty hearing of something
far worse than my problems.
For instance someone's house burning down just after they
finished wrapping the last Chritsmas gift and they didn't
even have time to get their shoes on. Thank God they are
safe, but wow...puts it all in perspective don't ya think?

{A cheese ball set that I made over}
Doesn't it look much better this way?

Doesn't this just scream *peaceful setting*...
My bff's potting shed. Isn't it so neat?? I just love it. She has impeccable taste and her place is always so inviting! I wish now that I had walked
around the side of it and took a picture of her
chicken roost that her husband made her. I love it!

The fence and arbor that her hubby built for her.

I could live in this shed! I mean I truly could! lol.

You see this at the entrance to her garage. Another beautiful peaceful setting.

Praying for His peace to fill your heart this Christmas season.

Linking up with Kathleen over at Faded Charm
once again! Blessings~


Carol Bass @ A Bird in Hand said...

I was just thinking, "I could live there." when I read your same comment. Truly charming!!

time worn interiors said...

What a cute little potting shed!
Merry Christmas!

Faded Charm said...

I agree with you and try to tell myself....things could always be worse when times are tough. I LOVE that potting shed. Here's my pitty party.... we were just going to get started on my potting shed that I've waited ten years for and then my son broke his leg and we knew we would have lots of medical bills. Needless to say the potting shed is still on the list.....seems so small when some people don't even have a home to live in. Sometimes things need to be put into persepctive.

Best wishes,


Miss Gracie's House said...

Oh, dear Sandi,
Peace and joy to you, dear one...thank you for that very sweet card waiting for me in my mailbox...how very thoughtful that was! I am so hoping that the first of the year slows down a bit and i can get a bit more regular in my visits (and yes that garden shed is adorable!) Your new little one is just adorable!
Merry Christmas!

Cat & Cricket said...

It is perfectly dreamy...

Elyse said...

hi sandi,

that shed is beautiful!!!

warmest wishes for a merry christmas from my cottage to yours ~


Dorthe said...

Dear Sandi,
thankyou for showing your beautifull photoes, I love the decoration you made, and the little house.is wonderfull.
Sandi, I wish you a very merry christmas- dear, and sending wishes for all the best in 2011.I`m happy I found you, here , and love visiting you and all the beauties, you schare with us.


C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hi Sandi... I too could live in your friends little peaceful place... Merry Christmas to you my friend!... xoxo Julie Marie

Rebecca said...

It is a cute little shed-Hope you have a Wonderful Christmas!

Petite Michelle Louise said...

i too could live in that shed. is it big enough for both of us?? Merry xmas mon amie!

Curtains In My Tree said...

I am with you girl I will build my little potting shed next door and we can be shed neighbors.

I have a small potting shed however no window


Sweet Old Vintage said...

Oh Sandi... Christmas makes us extra emotional I do believe... I seem to get so mellow during the holidays and that is when it seems you hear of the terrible trial someone is put through... I would love to have a shed like that I could make all mine and create and spend time in... It's sweet... Blessings and best wishes.

Passionate for White said...

YES, way better than a cheeseball!

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

Hi Sandy, I wish you could come and visit Festival Hill in Texas. You would love this place. The gardens are just beautiful. I quickly stopped by to admire the garden house and then got side tracked. Hope you have a wonderful Christmas.

vicki said...

Hi Sandi -
Such beautiful and peaceful photos - I want to have that little cottage - love that! Merry Christmas to you my friend!


Susan said...

Hello Sandi,
I love your cheese ball set makeover! Your blog is just lovely, and thanks for taking a visit to mine. Happy WW and Merry Xmas!
- susan

Miss Sandy said...

It doesn't take much to put things in perspective does it? What a wonderful potting shed your friend has, so quaint. Have a blessed holiday!

A Cottage Muse said...

Oh that little ol' shed is Adorable!! Making it my wallpaper, thank you!!!

Heaven's Walk - said...

Oh I can see why you could live in that cute shed! Sooo cute! So Christmasy!

Merry Christmas to you!

xoxo laurie