Joining Amanda for this Friday ritual…
p.s. We’re weaving words and pictures of home for the next three days.
You’re invited. Happy Friday!
I guess we were both thinking candles this week..
And sorry for asking but is that wood underneath a table? It’s gorgeous! 2 things I want in my dreamhouse – a huge (and very beat up, I mean previously loved) farm table and equally worn in wide plank floors! 🙂
Here is MY moment alone … http://sofiasideas.com/2010/12/03/this-moment-7/
Hi, Sofia. Yes, that is the old (but new to us) farm table in our kitchen.
Oooh… I need to make one of those. My advent wreath right now is a menorah (yes, you read it right, my son goes to a Jewish school) my baby made at school. It’s pretty cute, but not too practical.
what a divine advent wreath…does the little donkey follow the candles around?
have a great weekend xxxCate
Really lovely. Enjoy your advent spiral.
gorgeous wreath. lovely light. thanks for sharing.
visiting from soulemama. we posted our moment at http://www.wabisabimama.com. please come visit!
I really like this advent wreath. Very calming.
Also I have been enjoying the inhabit on your blog. Thanks for sharing the positive energy 🙂
I love that Advent calendar!
Very cool! Way better than the chocolate per day thing! Here’s my moment: http://www.weeman.ca/2010/12/this-moment.html
i like your advent wreath! it is so very unique – i know little fingers will love moving that donkey along 🙂
Wow, that is just wonderful- I love it. Did you make this, or get it somewhere? I would love to have one.
I love how you captured the very beginning of advent. Lovely picture.
Yes, you have to let us know whether you made this or bought it. I love it!! My favorite one I’ve seen so far.
I love this photo – truly stunning.
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