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Sunday, 2 December 2012

Sunday CHRISTMAS Song! Mary's Boy Child....

Starting this week, as we are now in the month of December, I thought I would post a Christmas song each Sunday leading up to Christmas.

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It's very difficult to realize that we are now in the month of December, the last month of 2012.  Eeeek!!  This past week, we have had some beautiful sunny days, with lovely crisp and cold mornings, which I love because they are so seasonal.  Much better than the dreary rain, that's for sure!!


 My facebook friends have seen this photo already, as I have posted it today, but I thought I would show it here as well for my bloggy friends who don't follow me on facebook.  Here is little Ruby trying to draw a Manger.  She did manage to get quite a lot of stars in the sky as you can see!
 
 
 
 "May this Advent season be a time for bringing hope, transformation and fulfillment into the Advent of our lives."
 
 

20 comments:

Manzanita said...

Nice tune with a toe tapp'n beat. Lovely photos. Little Ruby is a doll with a sweet, adorable little face.
Peace, Manzanita

Claudia Moser said...

Ruby is a star! Happy Sunday

NITA said...

What a good idea to post a Christmas Song each Sunday, love this one and look forward to the rest.

orchid said...

Dearest Diane,
I cannot believe it is already December, either (^^;) Finally busy month came.
Lovely song and adorable Ruby♡♡♡
Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

Shelly said...

Love the song! So glad you all are enjoying the sunshine. Little Ruby is a doll- you are a blessed woman, my friend!

Linda O'Connell said...

Our weather is ridiculously warm, confusing the rose bush. It is 75 degrees!

Shady Del Knight said...

Hallo, dear Thisisme, and happy Sunday to you! Crisp, cold and sunny certainly beats dreary and rainy, doesn't it? I'm happy to know you are finally seeing better weather over your way. I enjoyed this song of the season and look forward to subsequent musical selections as we progress rapidly through the holidays and into a new year. Time flies when you're having fun. In fact, it flies even if you are NOT having fun. (LOL) Little Ruby Tuesday Violet looks adorable with her wide eyed expression. I hope all of your grandchildren know how lucky they are to have you as a positive influence in their lives. All Ruby, Eli or Eleanor need to do to learn what really matters most in life is to read your blog. It is filled with goodness and light. My Toto is eating well and getting around much better than before. Her next check-up is tomorrow so keep your fingers crossed. Have a wonderful week, dear friend Thisisme!

Odie Langley said...

An awesome post as usual my sweet friend. Music to make us happy and the beautiful Ruby to bring joy to our eyes. She is so precious. So glad you are having some enjoyable weather for a change.
Hugs,
Odie

BECKY said...

Little Ruby is adorable! And I love the fact that you're going to have a Christmas song every Sunday! I'd love it even more if you'd have one every day! LOL. And you chose such a neat song for today. I first heard this song on the radio a few years ago and just loved it. It's so different and....what shall I say...toe-tapping??!! :-)

Empty Nester said...

We're getting non-seasonal weather right now and I am not loving it one bit. Hopefully, we'll be back to cold, crisp mornings and cool days in a few days. Love that version of the song!

Marsha @Spots and Wrinkles said...

Little Ruby is a doll. So glad you have had some sunny days, as it seems you do not get many of those.

Beautiful photos. Have a wonderful Sunday. Blessings to you - Marsha

Darlene said...

Ruby is so adorable and quite an artist! Love all the stars. I'll take sunshine and warm weathr any day of the week! OK, I'll relent and accept one week of snow during Christmas.

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger said...

It is crazy that we're in December already! Good to see you're getting into the Christmas mood :)
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Steadfast Ahoy! said...

Advent! We celebrate His first coming and anticipate His second coming. What a season of contemplation and reflection. It feels so good to sing the Christmas carols again. I had the CD's playing in the kitchen as I made gingerbread men on Saturday, singing along, the familiar words of joy! Have a good week, Diane.

Olive said...

Ruby has gotten so big. I do hope you are well. I seem to be so tired since I had surgery in September. Happy Christmas, Olive

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

How cute and adorable is little Ruby and that song was great.

Jennifer Hoppins said...

Hello my dear friend! I have been thinking of you despite my recent absence from blogland. We were traveling and I'm behind the times with no portable device to stay online. In any case, I'm happy to be back and to read your post, listen to wonderful music and see Ruby Violet. She has grown from a cherub to a beauty in just a few short months! How wonderful to have some clear days to send you into the Christmas season. Big hugs and happy thoughts to you today and always...

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

Blue skies, crisp yet cold I can cope with far better, but then we all can. :)

flowers on my table said...

Hello lovely Diane,
oh that little Ruby, you could just eat her! What a cute little header picture, I love it.
Many thanks for all your lovely comments, my friend. Yes, you really must try the Annie Sloan, you won't be able to stop. I have moved upstairs now!Lois is definitely showing signs of an artistic nature, she made a little nativity scene for school, with a clay baby Jesus, she moulded, with a little guidance...so cute!
Have a wonderful Wednesday, love Linda xx

Suzanne Prickett said...

That was a great song Thisisme! I've heard it before, but, not by this group. The video was pretty!

Sounds like your holidays are swinging pretty good. I'm running a bit behind myself. We got a little tree put up with Scootie's help.

Have a great weekend!♥