Thursday, December 20, 2012

It's Beginning to Look Like Christmas!

 
Deepwood Estate this Christmas
What a delight!
Just imagine the smell of steeping hot cider
a cookie or two.
Music playing throughout.
A special time shared with a sister for the holiday season.
The costumes were a delight.
The trees such a sight.
With the hustle and the bustle,
it was a brief time to just savor the time.

I find I get so wrapped up in the preparations,
I often don't take time just to enjoy.
Sit back and just breathe in the colors, the smells,
the sounds, and the flavors.
So today I am doing just that for awhile.
Tomorrow I will be back to the rush to get it done.

Enjoy the day!

12 comments:

Annie said...

Oh my, I'm inspired. I'm taking myself up to McHenry Mansion in Modesto so I can enjoy their Christmas cheer. It will be much like this.

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

Deepwood Estate looks like a wonderful place to visit for some Christmas inspiration.
Marilyn, how lovely to have a day out with your sister, Christmas is all about family!
Don't wear yourself out in the hustle and bustle!!
Joyeux Noël
Shane ♥

Linda said...

I love the lady playing the harp. That must have been delightful. I wonder if you got dressed up in costume too?
Enjoy your day!

Joy said...

How pretty, and what a lovely place for a visit with a sister.

somepinkflowers said...

What a delight, indeed !!

love
love
love it all ..

trees
in every room ..

are those pink trees
by the mirror ??

yes
yes
oh happy day !!

Relyn Lawson said...

Oh, I love Deepwood - especially when the wisteria is blooming. I've been missing my blog-hopping time, and I wanted to pop in with a quick hello. I've been missing you. I hope you are having a very, very wonderful holiday season. Merry Christmas, friend.

Mark said...

I just LOVE old buildings so I had to Google Deepwood Estates. The place looks amazing and the history is interesting, I bet it's all dressed up for the holidays.Lucky you.

Laurie said...

What a relaxing time Marilyn, I too need to take that moment, to just breathe and enjoy. Thanks for the reminder!

Tracy said...

LOVELY... love the Victoria flavor. With trying to do all the daily things, get ready for the holidays and reno happening at home, it's been tough finding enough slow-down moments. This was a breather I needed--thanks, Marilyn! I have a post /photo to publish on Monday, but I will be away form the pc sometimes next week to enjoy some festive time with family & friends. Happy Holidays, my friend ! ((HUGS))

Angela McRae said...

I had a "slow down" day this week myself (to enjoy tea with ParTea Lady) and it was a much-needed break from the hustle and bustle. I think we all need one of those long about now!

Jeanie said...

This looks fabuous! I wish I could be there to enjoy it!

paris parfait said...

Looks like such fun! So glad you enjoyed the visit.