Friday, December 25, 2015

Merry CHRISTmas

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We spent the Holidays
with family so this year we
were away a lot from home.
So we didn't put up a tree 
or many fixins!




A little here and a little there
gave the mood a festive air
























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But while we were away
we felt that there was some
goings on
that seemed some what 
mysterious!!!! 





A party perhaps??? 






















Or maybe a 
CELEBRATION!!!

((Remember the reason for the Season))!!


























The Mousiekin Family says:
"Merry CHRISTmas to ALL
 and to ALL a good night"!!!


13 comments:

  1. LINNIE! Happy Christmas my dearest! It's a joy to wake up LATE on this day after Christmas (for I don't have school until after the new year) and to see your creative spirit rise after the holiday. I see this parade of celebrators (for I see what you see!) - what a darling band of creatures who know why we celebrate the light....that star, that first GPS system in the sky that guided those wise men so long ago, and that today wants to guide us where we belong. Dearest Linnie, I am smiling as I see each little creature! Ruben gave me the most darling wooden horse and wooden sail boat and little toy truck (Tea Rat LOVES any mode of transportation, except flying) so he is pleased as punch.

    Enjoy yourselves EVERY SINGLE DAY as if it was the coming of Jesus....our world needs to see the light.

    Blessings and LOVE to you dear one! Anita

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  2. Party, indeed! Your weefolk celebrated right along with everyone else. How wonderful! I enjoyed your celebration of music. May the Spirit of Christmas continue for you and your family throughout the year!

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  3. Nadolig Llawen Anwyl Linnie!
    Happy Christmas Dear Linnie!

    Yes, something was most definitely happening while your back was turned but it looks like a great time was had by all and it seems you don't mind too much.

    Hugs, Deb xoxo

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  4. I so enjoyed your Christmas celebrations, both in music and in photo. Now, please tell us more about the dolls, especially your Izannah Walker doll which you have dressed so wonderfully for the holidays.

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  5. Merry Christmas Linnie!
    Love the photos - my gosh! Thank you for posting!

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  6. Hi Linnie, I noticed you were following my blog so I checked out yours, and now I am following your blog! How wonderful it is! All of your antique touches and those antique dolls and toys are so much fun!
    Wishing you and yours a blessed 2016!
    Gina

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  7. Well, you may not have decorated as much as usual, but the little un's had quite a celebration in your absence! Bless their little hearts. They had much to be thankful for, as do we. Happy new year!

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  8. Such a lovely celebration by your friends while you were away, dear Linnie! I'm sorry you missed it! I wish I was invited. Merry Christmas to you and your dear family! xoxo ♥

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  9. A very Happy, Healthy New Year to you.
    Hugs from The Netherlands.

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  10. Dear Linnie,
    What a sweet celebration this is... Wishing you a blessed New Year... I hope your Christmas was a joyful one.. Thank you so much for visiting.
    blessings,
    Penny

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  11. Oh Linnie what a beautiful Christmas post.
    I finally have a new laptop & have enjoyed catching up with posts I have missed.
    I Loved all your photo's.
    Happy belated New year.
    Fondly Michelle

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