December 6, 2015 | I love Sundays at home!

by Lucy Farmer December 06, 2015

My friend, Vanessa from At the Picket Fence, shared this today and I just know it was meant just for me!! I slept like a rock last night and woke up with my tree still standing!!! Ahhhh. That’s a good feeling. I”m not going to think about the ornaments that are gone, just the ones that are still here! I’m not going to go out and try to replace them. That’s silly. I think it looks great!

 I was sitting on the sofa this morning before church and looked up to this vision. I love the way the mantel looks with the garland falling by the corbels and those bright red stockings! A little Santa on top completes this festive spot, don’t you think? 

I ran by Home Goods and TJMaxx to look for something for the top of the tree……no luck, but I found a couple of other things! ? And the rest of this day I have been at home on my sofa watching movies and TV loading new merchandise into the shop!! Here’s a peek at my workspace tonight. So much potential, right? Check out the new goods online. Only a few more weeks before Santa comes!! 





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