Tuesday, December 23, 2014

christmas past






Wishing each and every one of you peace, happiness, and a good old-fashioned cardboard fireplace. 
May all your future memories be good ones.

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  1. That fireplace is awesome! Let us all make wonderful memories. Let us all strive for the light.
    I wish you joy and peace this season, you've been in my heart and on my mind lately.
    xx

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    1. Thank you, sweetie. The cardboard fireplace was a staple in the 60's households!
      I'm wishing you lots and lots of snow, peaceful days, and warm nights in front of the fire as we move toward the light.
      xoxo

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  2. i'm holding you in my heart, in my thoughts….
    peace be with you, deep in your soul.

    xoxo

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    1. You're in my heart too, you beautiful soul, in this season of remembering. xoxo

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  3. That cardboard fireplace is the best!!! : ) Such wonderful photos. Thank you for sharing them with us!! I wish you a very happy Christmas and a beautiful and healthy new year. I feel so blessed to have found your blog this year!! xoxo

    ~ Wendy

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    1. I know!!! What I wouldn't give to have that old cardboard fireplace now!!! So glad we found each others blogs....it's been a great experience sharing our lives through our blogs. Have a very merry Christmas and wonderful new year!!! xoxo

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  4. classic Christmas memories that warm the heart. I wish you peace and love in this holiday season creating new memories. I hold you in my heart, my friend, with love!
    xoxo

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    1. Thank you, Janet! Peace and love to you to, my dear friend. xoxo

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  5. Hey woman. I'm just now catching up!
    Lol at the cardboard flames! Dang that's funny.
    Your dad looks like a cross between The Boss & Dylan! :)
    Cutie in the footed p.j.'s and your mama's smile.
    I bet you had a sweet and thoughtful Christmas. I hope so.

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    1. A cross between Dylan and the Boss....I like that! :)
      And not only did we have cardboard flames, there was a little tin piece that fit over a small light. When the tin piece twirled, the flames lit up and danced!

      Hope you had a good Christmas yourself, sweetie. xx

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  6. Was thinking of you this Christmas, the first without your Mum. Glad you found a way of cherishing past memories and remembering people no longer here, with the act of making new memories. This post is beautiful and those photos priceless. xx

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    1. Thanks, Chrisy. I love these old photos, and am so glad I have them. Seems holidays are one of the hardest times to deal with after you've lost someone close. xx

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