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a Christian, wife of 39 Years, Mother, grandma of 10, retired R.N., love to vacation,swim, play with Grandkids, drawing,painting, mixed media,Home Arts, inspirational Journaling.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Looking forward now.

To more peaceful times,introspective times and
thankful times.
Once the season really cools off in So Ca.,

this mood sets in.
Nesting, even though I truly nested long long ago,and...
I feel like Tea Time  too with kindred spirits.We'll stitch, sew, hook and chat. What fun.  
Here I am late in life-62 and if I was offered a baby ,I would take it.I cozy on down easily.
How about You?

I'm looking forward to the Holidays now that Halloween is almost past.Most of My Christmas shopping is done and waiting to be wrapped. I lift a cup of cheer-Coffee that is- to Nov.Dec. Jan. and Feb, those months My spirit gets excited and I feel as a Child  and want to play house and then I do play house till Spring hits and then I want to run in the fields. Just looking ahead.  Denise.....Joining Sandi for Tea


Stephanie said...

Hi sweet friend! Your Autumn tag is so pretty especially with the lace.

Christmas is just around the corner which is so hard to believe! Hugs to you, dear one!

Miss Merry said...

It sounds like you are at a very happy stage in your life! You might want to re-think the baby, though. I am caring for a 5 month old grandchild and I am exhausted!!! On great thing about grandchildren is that they go home at night and you get to sleep through!! Enjoy the season at Coffeeberry Cottage!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hello Denise,
Your tag is really pretty and I enjoyed seeing all your Autumnal photos. I am looking forward to the holidays. It's a chance to bling up the house and fill the kitchen with the scent of baking. Thank you for sharing your cup with us and joining me for tea.


Deborah Montgomery said...

Yes, I love this time of year for cozying up and enjoying the pleasures of hearth and home! And if someone handed me a baby, yes, I'd take it too, but I'm afraid I would be totally exhausted, and would have to hire help, haha!
Blessings to you, Deborah

Susan said...

Hi Denise...

I love Pixie Hollow and ALL the Tinkerbell movies. Yes I do.

Haven't seen Brave but I'd like to.

So you would take care of another baby? I think I'd be too tuckered out. Love them, but not full time. hee hee Susan

Simply Shelley said...

I'm looking forward to snuggling down in my little old mobile cottage for autumn and winter months too, but then I'm always happy to see Spring again as well.....not so summer :) Blessings friend

Stacey said...

Oh Denise, you and I both love our coffee. :)

I understand the baby part. I don't really want one at 51 but miss the days. Miss holding a precious baby. Miss being that young and goofy. I remember when my husband's grandmother was in the nursing home there was another lady there who carried around a doll. I understand that...don't you?

Hope you do get some cooler weather. It's is just now cooling off here in Dallas. Got our first cool front yesterday and it's only in the 50s right now. :)

Happy Friday!

Denise said...

So lovely.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh Denise, I LOVE THIS. Tonight, after dinner, we are cozying down too with Downton Abbey and a pot of tea. Life is fabulous when you have loved ones around you and you can rest, play, imagine, drink tea in your cottage. AHHHHHHHHHH!

Thank you dear one for coming to visit tonight! Yep, some of these dear kids need a nudge to get them to write, to invent. But when one of them is too troubled to even play, that is a matter for prayer, en fran├žais, why not!

Much love to you and enjoy your tea time! I AM! XOXOX

Debbiedoos said...

My favorite time of year indeed to cozy it up. Love your pie and rooster:)

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

Hi Denise
Thanks for dropping by my blog and leaving a nice comment.
I like this time of year when the gardening is finished and I have more time for reading and crafting.
At the same age as you, I get my fix for babies in the nursery at church once a month.:-)

Red Rose Alley said...

Oh my gosh, I want that "wink" tea cup! I've seen it on your blog before, and I LOVE IT! I'm glad to hear you love tea time as much as I do. It's so relaxing, especially on a hectic day.


One of my favourite songs that makes me realise God’s always around. — Dancing with God, Verse 1: You dance over me While I am unaware, You sing all around But I never hear the sound, Chorus: Lord, I’m amazed by You Lord, I’m amazed by You Lord, I’m amazed by You How You love me Verse 2: You paint the moring sky With miracles in mind, My hope will always stand, For You hold me in Your hand.