Monday, 22 December 2008

still life :: tea party




These are a few little still lives of our tea party. With the obligatory Lego, of course!
Beautifully styled by my sister, Sylve. She should be a stylish, don't you think. I love her home (when it's tidy!). The little pieces that she has, the collections, the displays. I think one day I need to show you around her house, so you can see what I mean.
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I want to say thank you so so so much to all of you who have been reading and commenting. I enjoy receiving your sweet comments, and your encouragement. I am sorry that I have been replying to comments lately; it seems that my days keep running away from me. I am trying to spend less time on the computer, yet still am scurrying to get everything done. I think we are all feeling the same at this time of year.
I hope you all enjoy and relax and rest and remember that Christmas is about family, and love and friendship and warmth and laughter. Lots of laughter and memory making. And not at all about the best wrapped present or best set table, or tastiest food. It's about the people who give the present to, the people you share the meal with, the people you clink your glasses with. (Though having pretty presents sure is fun isn't it!).
Take care. xxx

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful shots Ellie! Definitely worthy of a new banner. ;)

    Happy holidays!

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  2. sylvia1:12 pm

    oh my sister, my best friend, my constant reminder of the joys in our life, in our children, in our past. thank you for being all of this for me, with me.
    xxx

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  3. Merry Christmas, Ellie!

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  4. Merry Christmas to you and your dear ones!

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  5. love to see you doing warm things while we're iced in. :^)

    merry christmas!

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  6. What a beautiful tea party! I love the tea party memories from my childhood.

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  7. Happy New Year! The party looks like it was lovely! I love the red polka dot tea set!

    I tried to remember that the Christmas dinner I served was about everyone who was there rather than the vacuuming that I didn't get done and ending up having a wonderful time! So I agree with your people focus approach.

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Thank you for your words and thoughts. I do so appreciate each and every visitor to my blog. While I try hard to reply to your comment, it often doesn't quite happen..... know that I'm sending you a thoughtful thanks xxx

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