Christmas Bliss

Mmmmmm … there is something so delicious about Christmas time. I’ll be enjoying some of the most glorious, simple pleasures I love. Namely, family gathered close at home, candles burning, full stockings, giving and receiving and eating hearty, homemade goods.

Most of all I’m excited to be spending this coming week in thanksgiving and prayerful reflection on my Lord Jesus and Heavenly Father’s amazing giftΒ born in a poor town to a poor couple in the poorest way. We have a good Father who loves us and if you don’t know the full extent of that love please read 2 Corinthians 8:9.

I’ll be pretty silent for the coming two weeks but I do plan on sharing some pictures from where I came from, my own mother’s beautiful, Christmas homemaking. πŸ™‚

I’m sure there will be a few coffee pictures shared on my Instagram and Facebook for those still needing a midnight browse. (Tisk, tisk you! Shouldn’t you be in bed? πŸ˜‰ ) Don’t forget to leave a comment if you’re interested in our wintry giveaway.

So very thankful for you reading folk and wishing your Christmas week be very merry and white.

Love, blessings and coffee,

Frannie

5 thoughts on “Christmas Bliss

  1. I am very thankful for you dear Frannie, and the friendship you have given over the past year. πŸ™‚

    Enjoy your travels and break, and a very merry Christmas to you, and a very blessed New Year! πŸ˜€
    Angel

    1. Ah, Angel! You are such a sweet blessing! I love that we’re friends and am filled with joy thinking of how our friendship can continue to grow through the blog world this 2016! πŸ™‚

      Hoping you had the very best Christmas!

      Love and blessings!

  2. Dear Frannie, I wish you the merriest, rosiest, cinnamoniest, coziest, homiest, sparkliest, most hug- and laughter- and joy-filled Christmas you have ever had. May every day you spend with your family be bright and filled with Jesus’ joy, and may you return to your daily routine refreshed and full of beautiful thoughts and memories.

    I love you, dear friend!!

    Hugs,
    Vicki

    1. Dear adorable friend, Vicki,

      How do you continue to always bless and bring me joy even though we haven’t met? Your words are perfectly elightful and knowing there is a sincere heart behnd them makes them even sweeter.

      I *did* have the merriest, rosiest, coziest, homiest, sparkliest, and joy-filled Christmas. Literally, it was the best Christmas ever! It was just my parents, brother, Dalton and I but we had a *great time* staying up till 2 am playing Risk, opening gifts and watching a Hallmark movie together. It really was the best Christmas I’ve ever had! πŸ˜€

      SO thank you for your warm wishes — they came true! πŸ™‚

      I’m loving the current posts you’ve been sharing and am thankful you are so patient to not cut me off from your world because I’ve failed to comment on any of them. I’ll be over soo and I’ll be sure to bring blueberry flavored coffee when I do. πŸ˜‰

      Love and blessings!

      1. Also, I’ve got a “Love Beyond the Butterflies and Roses Stage” post scheduled to come up. I hope it will bring some insight to your queries. πŸ™‚ I really enjoyed writing it and will probably tackle it again in the different format in the future.

        Also, I hope I haven’t miss your being on winter break because I haven’t Periscoped once when you’d have the chance to log on! But hopefully it will happen soon and it will be a super fun one because I’ll be on a cruise!! πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜€ πŸ™‚

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