“The dream was always running ahead of me. To catch up, to live for a moment in unison with it, that was the miracle.” ~ Anais Nin

Since I didn’t get to blog much during the holidays, I thought I’d share a few of the Instagram pictures I snapped during the month.

Instagram is pretty fun, I guess I’ve been kind of slow to jump on the bandwagon but it sure does give the bland photos you take with your phone a little kick.

Here is my main tree. (never got around to taking a pic of the one in the front of the house)

treeAnd here’s a close up of the presents – I absolutely adored this paper (I got it at Sam’s) and I just wanna kick myself for not getting more! It was fun and matched everything perfectly.giftsThis was my Christmas night dinner table setting.  Was very pleased – it is three generational. It has some of mine, my mothers and my grandmothers pieces. (you can also see a little of my snow village in the back)tableGoodness help me! This is my mom’s to die for waffles! She was nice enough to make these for the DH and I Christmas morning! They are the best thing you will ever put in your mouth! We will be making them again this week so I will try and share these golden rounds of goodness with you later.mamaswafflesMy mantle.

mantleThe front door. (The P’s are my first successful Pinterest project that was not food)frontdoorI’ll finish off with our gift tags which will be my belated wish to all of you – Merry Christmas!!!

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