Wednesday, December 02, 2009

FRIENDS LEAVING FOOTPRINTS


We have lit the first candle in our Christmas wreath.Time for meditation and peace of mind.

14 comments:

John Cowart said...

I'm happy to be one of your e-friends.

Amrita said...

This is such a meaningful tradition Felisol. The wreah looks very attractive. The warmth and glow of the candle very welcoming.

May God bless your heart as you light all the candles.Do you let the candles remain lighted till they burn out?

I would have love to take you & Serina as guests to the wedding I have blogged about. Serina would look very pretty in a red saree.
I have helped my Australian and Swizs friends put on sarees for a wedding when I was working.It was great fun.

Patti said...

Lovely Christmas wreath, Felisol. I like the cherub in the center.

That's a nice sentiment about friends.

Patti said...

P.S. I'm laughing that you thought that beautifully decorated historic house was mine!

We live in a very modest house. It's small but we are in a nice, quiet neighborhood, which is most important to me.

It's true that our children are what matters. ;-)

jel said...

that is very beau~t~ful



huggs


thanks

Terry said...

hi felisol...i am finally able to come to your ruby tuesday..[i did read it but never had a moment to comment], and then i see this lovely christmas arrangement...so so nice felisol..it would really go well with mary our beloved teach's arrangement, eh.?
really cheery...love terry

patti...that cherub in the middle is serina!
her mama is counting the days that she will be coming home for the christmas holidays and her papa and her gramma too, are waiting for her!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Beautiful, Felisol! Candles, wreaths and Christmas!

Annie said...

Such a special time of year, Felisol. I wish it was like this all year round.

Saija said...

i love the old traditions ... they still the heart (and keep the pocket book closed to the materialism of our north american culture!) ...

blessings on you!

Jim said...

Felisol, this is simple and beautiful. I like the idea of having those candles burning in the homes.
We observe Advent in our church. A different family lights the appropriate candle each time each Sunday.
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Trish said...

Another beautiful tradition...you are blessed my friend!

Debbie said...

Felisol, thank you for sharing your life with your blogging friends. I'm so thankful to be one of them. Thank you for how you shared on Heart Choices about busyness. You gave me much to think about. I've been going through some tough times lately but I'm so glad for friends.

Love you,
Debbie

John Cowart said...

Dear Felisol,
Thank you.
The comment you left on my blog today is one of the nicest compliments I've ever been paid.

Constance said...

Since my mother is German I too grew up with the Advent Wreath. It brings back warm memories from my childhood even though we were poor and didn't have much. Now as an adult, I know the value of real wealth and real poverty....

Blessings friend!
Connie