Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Feeling Merry? A Short List of Reasons Why

Today, I have a to-do list that is long as my arm -- or at least elbow to fingertip! But I'm feeling distracted. I guess you could say actually merry. Downright full of Christmas cheer. Do you ever have days like that? Where you just feel full of good fortune?

Partly, I think it is due to lack of this:



Now, don't get me wrong. I love a white Christmas as much as the next girl. But every day that I don't have to drive in it, I count as a blessing. Cold but sunny weather drew a big crowd of shoppers to last weekend's Grayslake Antique Market, which we always count as a blessing. And everyone was in a great mood -- another reason to celebrate!


What about you? What is making you merry this week? If you need a little cyber-perk, check out Emily Martin's blog today for an awesome download-able FREE project. And also print out the coupon below while you are at it. Bring it along to this SATURDAY's Wheaton Antique Market, our last show of the season, for HALF-OFF general admission. Check back later this week, both here and on FACEBOOK, for a peek at what we are bringing. And leave me a comment and share what's making you MERRY this time of year. xo


4 comments:

True North Interior Design & Antiques said...

We are merry at the thought that we know you. We could only be more merry if we could see you more often.

Sandy and Joe/rhubarb reign said...

Thanks, you guys! That was really kind!! What are your holiday plans? Wish we could see you over the winter, too. xo

Amish Stories said...

Merry Christmas and happy holidays to everyone. I'm just stopping by random blogs today and checking them out. Also wishing you folk's a healthy and happy new years. Richard from an Amish community in Pennsylvania.

True North Interior Design & Antiques said...

We will try to make a trip your way this winter if we can. Think of the fun we could have!!!