Tuesday, December 15, 2015

December Days

Most of the trees
are bare now,
and the leaves have fallen
to the ground.
 
 
 
This mourning dove
landed on my
front lawn and stayed
for awhile;
didn't fly away quickly like
they normally do.
 
 
 
This wall in old town
caught my eye.
 
 
The town Christmas tree
 
 
 
The store windows
are all decked out for
Christmas.
 
 
I saw this sunrise very early
one cold December
morning.
 
 
It rained like cats and dogs
on Sunday. 
Our power even went out.
 
 
 
My candle looks cool
with all the
lights turned off.
 
 
Nel's dog getting in the
Christmas spirit.
 
 
I'll be showing some
of the festive décor around
my house soon.

 
 
~Sheri
 


29 comments:

Patty Patterson said...

Beautiful pictures. I love your prospective on things. You point out beauty others seem not to notice.

Rebeca Mello said...

Beautiful pics, places, trees and decorations LOL! Loved at all, kisses!

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Susie said...

Sheri, I loved the big tree in town. Don't you think the ground covered in colorful leaves is a picture painted for us by God? Speaking of which...that sunrise..I loved it. So golden yellow. Wonder what good old Abe would think of himself....rocking sunglasses. LOL Glad you are all into the spirit of this holiday season. Blessings to all, love you girl, Susie

Style For Mankind said...

Great job on this post dear! Have a great day.

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Regine Karpel said...

Beautiful

Linda said...

Just gorgeous! Wow! :)

Mary Palumbo Collings said...

I love all of your seasonal pictures Sheri! Looks like you are in the spirit of the season. Enjoy!
XOXO Mary

LoveT. said...

Wonderful Images Sheri, so much Christmas Inspirations :)

Lovely Greetings, lots of Hugs <3

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Good evening dearest friend.

The quiet of your home, the lights of the town, it all spells JOY. May every day be like Christmas for you. YOU deserve every bit of light and joy. Nel's dog is IN THE SPIRIT! teeehee

The Joy of Home with Martha Ellen said...

Sheri, your town is looking lovely all dressed for Christmas! Our trees are basically bare now as well. I'm happy that you received rain as I think you are in need of moisture. Merry Christmas to you and your family! ♥

Carla from The River said...

Lovely, I think Nel's dog is sweet.
I will take a bite of that cookie ;-)
Carla

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love the big tree for your town! I haven't driven into town to see the lights here yet. What a wonderful time of year for lights...even candlelight! Hugs, Diane

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Hi Sheri, so many beautiful views around you for Christmas. I loved seeing the mourning dove and Nel's dog is too cute.
Your town has a beautiful tree too.
Thanks for sharing. The cookie looks so good!! Merry Christmas my friend. Love xo

Row homes and Cobblestones said...

Sheri I always enjoy the beauty you capture in your photos. So many questions and thoughts to ponder in this post, I truly enjoyed your words and images, delightful post.
xoxo

Riitta Sinikka said...

♥Hello my dear friend! Thank you for these beautiful photos! Happy day♥

handmade by amalia said...

I admire a person who can take only one bite out of a pretty cookie.
A lovely post, Sheri.
Amalia
xo

Holly said...

So many beautiful photos. The beginning of the post reminded of my favorite song "California Dreaming".The window display is elegant and I love the blue in the mix. Rain photos from inside are awesome artistic views. Can't wait for the holiday home tour.

Susie Swanson said...

Love your beautiful photos and your part of the world. Thank you for sharing it with us. Lots of Love and Hugs, xo

Kerri said...

Oh I love the big tree in your town! I'm glad to see places still celebrating Christmas ;) Thanks for sharing your town. Hope you are enjoying December so far.... getting ready for the big day!

xoxo
Kerri

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Dear Sheri,
I have missed so much... My computer was giving me trouble, all fixed now. Trying my best to get into the Christmas spirit..
I love that dove that landed in your yard.. So very beautiful.
And that TREE. You know what I thought when I first glanced at it? How in the world did anyone, even with a ladder, get up there to decorate it...
Your sunrise is breathtaking. We had a little rain, but for the most part it has been very cold in the evenings... Low has been 24 degrees!
Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful photos...
blessings dear friend
Penny

Attic Clutter said...

Hi Sheri..
haahaa..
love the doggy and the bite out of the cookie (:)
cute stuff..
hugs,Patty

Irene Thayer said...

The post is so great! Thanks you for sharing:)

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Beatrice Euphemie said...

Lovely photos, Sheri - I just love your town tree and that interesting store window! How adorable is Nel's dog? The candlelight looks so warm and cozy when 'the weather outside is frightful'! Stay cozy and have a lovely rest of your week, my dear. Hugs xo Karen

La Travelera said...

Gorgeous post Sheri,
Aw, do not bite the cookie!
xxx
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Lowcarb team member said...

What a lovely selection of photo's you share here, and what a lovely blue your sky is! We have had grey, drab days here - so it was a delight to see your blue sky.

All the best Jan

Patricia said...

Beautiful and unusual pictures, Sheri. I can see the cold weather closing in on your area, and how nice to see your Town Christmas Tree. Very cute snowman cookie - somebody can't wait til Christmas! xx

Rosa Lily said...

I love the way your gorgeous dog is all dressed up, and I live the light from the candle holder in the dark. It's definitely Winter now, cold nights, dark mornings :( Have a wonderful Christmas xxx

Haddock said...

Just love those leaves on the ground. So colourful.

Linda @ Life and Linda said...

Winter days and nights can be still be beautiful with the leaves piled up, and the chill in the air. I think seeing the leaves scattered around is lovely. I do appreciate a beautiful sunset and sunrise. The town Christmas tree is so pretty and festive. At least with the power off, we can admire the beautiful candlelight. Merry Christmas Sheri. xo