Sunday, November 30, 2014

Gathering The Moments - November


November flew by as we had so much to anticipate with Thanksgiving guests and our Emma home from school!  Here are just a few snippets from our month.

 We put the flannel sheets on the beds, I made simmering potpourri and it has been delightful to smell in our house, and I finally got my Friendly Village dishes!


 I did a few holiday preparations that would last through Christmas (clove studded oranges) and we set a pretty table for Thanksgiving.


 Family gathered to share the day!


We went to a beloved Aunt's funeral, Rachel cut 10 inches off her hair, we've managed to do school, Christmas shop, enjoy our family.

I'm excited about Christmas, but for one day more I'll savor November and its moments.  We have so much to be thankful for!

Thanks Cheryl for Hosting every month!  If you want to join us in Gathering the Moments visit Cheryl's lovely blog by clicking on the link!



6 comments:

  1. This is so amazing Deanna! You captured the spirit of hearth and home reflecting a lovely family atmosphere! I think you win first prize for creating a beautiful November!!!

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  2. Gathering moments and savoring the times spent with family and friends! Enjoy your day dear friend, HUGS!

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  3. Oh Rachel's hair looks so cute! I really like the way you placed you family for their photographs...nicely done! Your parents look so sweet!

    Enjoy this first Sunday of Advent...

    Many blessings.

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  4. What a nice arrangement of photos to tell about a wonderful month. Enjoy this last day of the month! December could be even busier!

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  5. Oh, you're right...we have so much to be thankful for!! Your month was lovely. I love the way you care for your home and make it welcoming for your people. Homemaking is an art!

    Thanks for linking up again and for "gathering" along with me!

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  6. You had a beautiful Thanksgiving table, looks very warm and inviting as everything does in these photos. I haven't done an orange with cloves in many years, I think you have inspired me to try it again.

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