Whizzing down the road leading to the cottage lane...only cars unless you use a tractor which people actually do ...... including Bobby G. :)
Beautiful white horse in the city......
Horses in the country......the only car they see is mine! Meet Lacy and 'Bama.
Sky scrappers in the city........The John Hancock Building. It's cold and blustery and snow flurries were falling!
Little buildings in the country. This is our little church .....established 1844. It only seats about 50 people in the worship area.
Beautifully decorated buildings in the city. This is the Hershey store. Somehow I made my way to a chocolate store and the Ghiradelli store was right across the street. Imagine that! :)
My neighbor's beautifully decorated barn.....home of Lacy and 'Bama.....love the wreaths :)
The tree in the Walnut Room at Macy's. It was spectacular!
The little tree in the field of a neighbor down the road. My favorite tree in the whole wide world....especially at night when it's all lit up.
The incredibly gorgeous holiday decorations at Macy's department store.
The gate wreaths at the entrance to our lane.....so pretty in their simplicity.
And who could not smile at the elf on a tractor. Bobby G's friend owns this store and display........ lol...only in the country though.
BUT no matter where I am, city or country....time spent with these two angels is always just perfect. We are waiting to see Santa in this photo. (and there is that pink!) Happy Pink Saturday!
I just had to show you one more photo. This was taken yesterday. The snow was just coming down like crazy, making for the most perfect day to bake. This is the view out the kitchen window. With the Christmas music playing, the snow falling and the house smelling delicious, it was a perfect day. This will be my last post until I return from our Christmas trip. For next week's Pink Saturday, Beverly wants us to tell what we will be doing on Christmas Day. I will be ice skating at Rockefeller Center. If you believe that I have a bridge I want to give you as a Christmas gift...because I sure am just teasing. :) However, I really will be at Rockefeller Center....just not skating.... and then on to meet my son's future bride's parents for a holiday feast. :)
I wish you the merriest Christmas and a happy and wonderful New Year. Love to you all and fond memories!