Friday, December 7, 2012

Early Pause

Hello Christmas Carolers!
I'm doing my Pause in Advent early this week.  I'll be back to check with all the other pausers on Sunday.
I want to direct your attention to a sweet Christmas town.  My friend Ann has set up a lovely little place for us to ponder the meaning of Christmas.  Please click on over, won't you?
I am listening to a James Taylor Christmas album just now, this very early morning.  The tree (clad only in lights today) is reflecting in the window.  The weather will turn colder on Sunday.  Oh, I am delighted that I belong to the KING!
Join Floss's troop of Advent thinkers, won't you?

25 comments:

♥ Tina said...

I hopped over to see Ann's village, and it was a lovely post. Thanks for linking dear PP. Have a lovely day, xxx

Left-Handed Housewife said...

Oh, Ann's village is wonderful! We're decorating tomorrow, and I'm looking forward to getting my own village set up. Have a lovely weekend, Pom!

xofrances

Bonnie said...

Love reading your thoughts; they make me happy.
And I don't remember if I told you how very much I love your new drawing on your blog header. Love it!!!

ann said...

PomPom, Thank you for giving My Town a bit of notice. I like that. One person left an odd comment (Susan). I hope others don't take me wrong. See you after Advent.

Farm Girl said...

I will go over and check it out. It sounds very peaceful and nice at your house.

Floss said...

These villages are very sweet, and popular in France, too. I was teaching a little boy at his home yesterday, and he and his sister were playing with their family's little village (a new item added each year) before our lesson began. Have a lovely Sunday, Pom Pom!

Gumbo Lily said...

Ann's little town was a nice, peaceful pause. Wishing you peace this Advent Sunday too. It's cold here tonight and the fire's burning bright.

Pom Pom said...

Hi Tina! We're back from a weekend away. I'm glad you clicked over to see Ann's village!

Pom Pom said...

Hi Frances! I hope you take some photos of your village!

Pom Pom said...

Bonnie, that is a Garth Williams drawing from Stuart Little. I love it, too!

Pom Pom said...

I don't know Susan, but I read the comment. Hmmmmm. I don't think people will take you wrong. It's a delightful post!

Pom Pom said...

When we got home from the Northwest today, our house was freezing! Now the heat is pumping away. I have not decorated the tree yet, Kim! YIKES!

Pom Pom said...

Happy Advent to you, Floss! I might order a Fisher-Price nativity set. I love the fat little people.

Pom Pom said...

Hi Jody! It's VERY cold here. I want to crawl under the blankets and snooze!

Carolyn Phillips said...

What a beautiful; display she has put up.

Pom Pom said...

I'm glad you visited Ann! I do love her pictures and words.

sandy said...

I had a lovely visit to Ann's village. Thanks for sharing!

Gabli said...

Oh I think I just love Ann's village! Thank you for posting this. The hubster and I have been pondering on expanding our little town and Ann's village is inspirational!

Lisa Richards said...

Praying you have a peaceful and meditative Advent season! We can all benefit from some contemplation on the "essence" of this season. :)

Pom Pom said...

I'm so glad you liked it! Thank you for stopping by, Sandy!

Pom Pom said...

Hi Gabli!
You'll have to take a photo of your little town! I am going to pop over and see your latest post!

Pom Pom said...

I agree! Music and the Lord's WORD, that's where it's at, right Lisa?
I'm hoping you are having your holidays right now. I remember that relieved feeling I had when finals came to an end!

Attic Clutter said...

Am enjoying the season Love the Christmas music and all the festivities ... hugs hope you are having a wonderful time too ~

Pom Pom said...

I bet your house looks fantastic, Patty!

Fat Dormouse said...

After today's terrible, terible news from the US PomPom, hug your little ones a little tighter and a little closer. May God be with all those affected by this awful tragedy

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