There are "animals" at the mall when we walk in the morning. Here's a cheerful reindeer. I sent this picture to my sister and she asked if you could ride them. Ha! No!
Isn't the mall cheery and hygge-like? There are so many nice places to sit and rest if you get tired of merchandise! Oh by the way, Susan Branch posted about hygge. Of course she has known what hygge is and has lived it forever!
Recently this little Paris cafe opened. It's very cute. I guess I don't go to the mall when it's actually open (lol) so I can't say if the treats are tasty.
We celebrated the first Sunday in Advent at Kelli's last week. The girls danced while Bill played the guitar. We ate spaghetti together. VERY hygge.
Here's Kelli's cute tree.
I thought you might like to see a few photos of Noah the elf. Isn't he precious?
I'm sort of embarrassed to tell you that Timothy is more than extremely spoiled. He sleeps IN our bed. This is him this morning (that's my elbow!) He stretches out like a slim weasel and sleeps all night.
I think I am very late to the Ezekiel 4:9 bread party. YUM! It's in the freezer section at the grocery. It is SO good.
Another thing I'd like to share with you is this cool app. It's free. It's advent-y and interactive. Just a little something to deepen your holy celebration.
And here is a little video I made of the Whoville tree. I put it together and set it up yesterday. It's very happy and festive. You'll see the Melissa and Doug brand nativity set, Tim's food dish (lol), Timothy, and the candy themed tree in the family room.
Thank you for visiting, kind reader.