Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Downtown Lights

My husband's project 
shut down
this week because
of the rain,
so he's been off work
for a few days.
We took a drive
downtown last night,
and this song was
playing.  We thought
it was fitting for
our ride.
Silver bells, Silver bells
It's Christmas time
in the city.
Soon it will be
Christmas day.


LoveT. said...

What a lovely Post ,the Images are gorgeous :)

many Hugs and kisses <3

Susie said...

Sheri, I have been thinking of you since hearing of the rains. Please be safe. I loved your pictures of town. Strange with leaves still on the trees. We are not used to that. I will hold your state in my prayers. I know the rain is needed but not all at once. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

Cranberry Morning said...

I love the lights wrapped around the trees! And I've always liked 'Silver Bells.' It was one of my mom's favorites when I was a kid. It's such a beautiful song.

Angelsdoor * Penny said...

Dear Sheri,
This is so beautiful... And how I love the smooth sound of Andy Williams voice.

Rustic Vintage Country said...

So beautiful Sheri.
Suzy x

Deserae said...

Beautiful....I love the tree trunks wrapped in lights!!!!

Things and Thoughts said...

Wonderful images from your beautiful area Sheri!And thanks for the song!
Hugs from me

Dee said...

Oh I just love Christmas music and Silver Bells is one of my favorites. I also love driving around downtown when everything is all lit up for the holidays. Enjoy your time with hubby... :)

White Lace and Promises said...

Love the lights. This weekend is the lighting of our memorial tree on the city square. All the businesses will be open til 8. There will be kiddie rides and arts and crafts. I can't wait to see!


What a gorgeous tree. Love the song. One of my favorites too. I saw Andy Williams in concert and heard him sing it.

angie said...

sooooo süße bilder!!!!!
danke dafür und liebe grüße von angie

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Sheri,

Love the lights and trees and this time of the year.
Must have been lovely for you and your husband to take a drive.
Happy Thursday

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Yes my precious friend whom I cherish. Soon. Soon it will be another day to make a memory. How I love your style of posting.

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

What beautiful pictures of your quaint little city. Isn't the rain terrific, my roses are loving it.

Terra said...

Silver Bells song suits your pretty photos very well. I am giving away a copy of the Christmas book I wrote, on my blog today. Come on over and say hi.

Karen @ Beatrice Euphemie said...

Beautiful, Sheri! So festive. This time of year is so magical, isn't it? Hope you did not get any flooding. The weather has been so crazy this year. Hugs xo Karen

Sola Scriptura said...

Beautiful! It is such a wonderful time of the year!

Patricia said...

That is a lovely song, an old favourite Sheri. Your Christmas pictures are so beautiful, and it is nice to have the HB home for a bonus few days! Happy Christmas prep. xx

Stephanie said...

Simply beautiful! The one Christmas tree is so tall and beautiful with its Christmas lights and ornaments.

Love and hugs to you, dear Sheri!

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

Soo pretty and I am so looking forward to Christmas Day!
You know, I have such a vivid image of Christmas on main street in my home town with snow falling and silver bells playing on the radio.
Stay dry and safe, Sheri-

Stonecropsister said...

Hi Sheri,
I love the last image of lights wrapped around the tree. Love the holidays, thanks for this great post.

Kind regards,
Nancy (

Unknown said...

These photos are beautifull, we can feel the christmas spirit!

syros2js said...

Well, here I am again!
I hope you are fine, my friend!
How amazing photos!
I really missed you and the whole atmosphere in here!
Lots of love,
Joanna syros2js

LoveT. said...

lovely Greets! kisses

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Good morning special friend....

I am late in replying due to a busy Friday afternoon and evening.

I just read your lovely comment and you are just SO KIND. First of all, Paris has a way of stopping you in your tracks and literally seeing life through rose colored glasses. Ideals, dreams, hopes is what Paris is constructed out of. The architecture and the food, the people in all their roughness and refinement are fabulous. Oh how you must go see her.

This was a fun project to join in with four other ladies who see the wonder. Have you visited the others? They are so talented.

Well sweet thing, what are you up to today? Whatever you do, HAVE FUN. BISOUS!!!! Anita

CraveCute said...

Hi Sheri,loved seeing this post with the festive decorations. Glad you are getting some rain out there, never seems to be the right amount, too much, not enough! I love Andy Williams voice, brings back memories of my own late mother... Years ago we visited Branson where he had the Moon River Theater and saw him perform. That was almost 20 years ago, and he was in his 60's but his voice was fantastic. Sad that he and so many others like him are now gone. My mother loved seeing the show and I'll never forget it. ~ Hugs for bringing back that memory again!