Since I have been on my break, I have enjoyed the sight of our Christmas tree that graces a table in our living room.
We have been having unseasonably warm weather and I am currently enjoying the sun streaming through our windows and the breeze coming through our open door. The sunlight glistens on the angel my daughters put on the top of the tree.
A couple of days ago, I set out all the Christmas cards I received on our room divider. I enjoyed reading again some of the messages that the children had written for me.
To these wishes, the love and wishes of my family will be added. In the meantime, I sing along to some Christmas Carols.
I am ready for Christmas to begin and look forward to the time I will spend with my family.
I would like to wish alll my bloggers friends who celebrate Christmas, a joyous day filled with love and memory-making moments.
When I moved from Johannesburg to Toronto, a friend of mine gave me a parting gift:
The gift remains unused but brings a piece of Africa into my home. I love the colours and the handpainted designs on the salt and pepper shakers. They have a place on the shelf in the living room and I see its beauty each time I pass by.