I had dropped a twelve days of Christmas quilt to be quilted which I had been working on forever at Pam's. After a quick drop off I had scurried my suv over to Dee's home.
As Dee peered out her door at me. I couldn't help but smile wondering what was Dee's home going to be like at Christmas time.
As Dee and I sipped on tea and laughed and of course we both talk at once. I thought how grateful I am having good friends that laugh at my stories.
Dee bought this rug but can't remember the artist
Christmas has changed over the years loved ones have left us traditions that seem so important to us aren't quite the same with those loved ones gone.Christmas past seems so far away. As we talked about the simple act of making a cup of tea it brought to my heart a happy memory of a Dad I had loved and adored and there he was sipping the tea with Dee and me still there tucked away in my little Christmas heart.
Well the sun came out and my toes are cold and I am going to start a fire Hugs Cheri