A great novel is a kind of conversion experience. We come away from it changed. — Katherine Paterson, Gates of Excellence
Gorgeous colors. wow! I don’t know about your area, but this time of year, we have the deepest colors of sunrise and sunset in Florida. This is especially true if we are having a cold spell.
So beautiful. We are pretty bleak here in Upstate NY. Very little sun for days and brrr. O’
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I love this cool idea. It is sort of a blend of the Advent wreath and Advent calendar to enjoy the countdown of December days. It looks like they are little spools with a LED candle on top to light each day?
What adorable idea for an Advent calendar ! Wish you had shown this photo earlier so all we Farmgirls could have done just that.
Darling spool idea. They could hang in the window from a drapery rod if you don’t have room on the table.
Oh my gosh, that is such a beautiful view!! It just makes me want to sit by a wood stove and keep working on my list of knitting projects due for Christmas!
oh….this is beautiful! No snow here yet in Western Pa., but our frosts have been so heavy our trees resemble the ones above in your photo…so pretty…the cardinals show up nicely on those trees….
No snow here in Central PA and it ia rainy and dreary. No pretty frosts, either. Guess it will come when it will: a lesson in patience.
Can you tell us more about this? I’d care to find out some additional information.
Buy props used in MaryJane’s books and magazine!
5% of profits will benefit www.firstbook.org, a non-profit that provides new books to children from low-income families throughout the U.S. and Canada.
MaryJane will post a photo and a description of a prop and its cost along with a few details as to its condition here: https://shop.maryjanesfarm.org/MaryJanesCurations. It’s a playful way to be the new owner of a little bit of farm herstory.