Do not copy any of my artwork, poetry or photography without my permission.

Do not copy any of my artwork, poetry or photography without my permission.
....carpe diem. The Daylily. "Be like the flower, turn your face to the sun." Khalil Gibran. She gives her all for just one day then bows her head to God and fades away to nourish the next generation. God I pray I may give my all each day to honor you and bow my head at the end to nourish the next generation. Peggy Jones. NOTE............ Please folks do not copy any of my art or photos on my blog without my permission. Thank you for your good manners.

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Sunday, December 26, 2010

Jingle Poetry- Festivities and MM

The weather outside is frightful.
But the fire is so delightful.
Let it snow, let it snow and it did.





Well here's hoping all are enjoying the blessed days of 
Christmas
It is Mosaic Monday and all gifts have been opened and oohed and awed over, so I can post them now.


 Two Welcome Home baskets filled with goodies
2 Crocheted ponchos, hat and fingerless glove sets.
4 Pineapple baskets filled with goodies.
1 Afghan and crocheted purse.
3 Jewelry boxes with various gifts inside.
2 Sports fabric quilts with Ky. Wildcat stuffed animals
1 Painting for little boy who cannot keep his goldfish alive. A look alike aquarium.
1 Hand painted front panel, wine box, with a bottle of favorite wine inside.


Silly Sisters


Helping Mary to a safe secure place for the birth of the child.

The children would not do the Christmas Story, which they did when very young, so now the sisters are doing it.
It has to be done.

Modeling poncho, hat and gloves set.




Grands acting frisky



Papaw and Mamaw gathering all grands around.

Wrestling for the best gift in the Chinese Gift Game.



Jingle Poetry Monday Potluck



What a Fun Time


What a fun time was had by all
As we celebrated Christmas day together.
Great food, great wine, and hoovey dooveys.
We love each other forever and ever.


We adored Him at Mass and sing all His songs
Came home and sang some more.
We asked His blessings and thanked Him for the food 
Then all jumped in for gifts we shared.


The littles are now big and the bigs are getting older
But Christmas makes us all the same and it doesn't take much to make us grow closer.
As the love flows so free.

Thank you dear Jesus for coming to us 
And making it well worth living.
Peggy Jones Dec 2010



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18 comments:

Crystal Mary said...

What a lovely work of art..Our gifts were once always home made. They mean more that store gifts as they are made with love. God Bless you Peggy!!! I love the photo you posted in my album of you and your hubby. God binds you together with love..It might not feel it at times but you are His. xxxx

T's Daily Treasures said...

Hi Peggy, I'm sure you had a wonderful day with family filled with holiday fun and festivities. I just had a look through your art-crochet button. Love that cream colored poncho you made and your artwork is beautiful. You are evenb making baskets. Wonderful! Have a great rest of the weekend. Best wishes, Tammy

lovestitch said...

So beautiful handmade gifts! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas! Wishing all the best to you and yours for the new year ahead!!!

Peg said...

What wonderful gifts - truly a great day for the recipients!

Ima Weed said...

Beautiful gifts made with love in every stroke and stitch. Lucky ones to receive any of these.

La Petite Gallery said...

Such loving gifts to a wonderful woman. May your new year be filled with Health, loving people, and
much Happiness.
yvonne

Karin said...

Beautiful artwork! You are so gifted and those receiving gifts will treasure them! Have an awesome week!

La Petite Gallery said...

Merry Christmas, you look so happy and what a wonderful family. You have just enough snow too. On the other had we in Maine are having a gorgeous blizzard, it's a fairy
land. Well wishing you the very best new year. yvonne

Connie said...

Gift certificates for groceries are wonderful gifts, sweetpea! I always take our granddaughter groceries when we go, even though they can afford food. Nothing says love like food though.
xoxo,
Connie

LadyCat said...

It looks like everyone had a great Christmas! You have a lovely family. Your gifts sound so nice...I love the ponch, hat & gloves set.
I agree we are all so truly blessed : )

Jingle said...

love the family photo shots.
frightful outside,
delightful inside,

cool words.
Thanks for sharing...

A++

bj said...

Hi, Peggy...
Looks like ya'll had a wonderful time. Your family is beautiful.

The gloves for texting were a HUGH hit with our girls..:)))

LV said...

I enjoyed this wonderful family having a great time together. I will stay y the fire while all of you enjoy the snow.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Peggy your Christmas looks like it was a wonderful one filled with love and laughter! Wishing you good health, happiness and many more blessings in 2011!

Bachelor said...

QMM,
What a handsome crew you do have, my dear!... what fun and festivities you guys did have. I love the sisters' Christmas Story.. hee hee. Wishing all of you a Happy New Year!.. thanks for sharing your family photos..
:) The Bach
Lord Thomas of Wellington

Mmm said...

Aww, it looks like you had a really great one. your grandkids all look so healthy adn happy too. how very wonderful for you two to be their grandparents there. You must feel so richly blessed indeed. :)

musingbymoonlight.com said...

Wow! The perfect Christmas celebration wrapped up in a post. Glad to see you surrounded by love and family and writing in the true spirit. Wonderful contribution to Potluck.

Hope you are enjoying your Potluck visits and visitors.

JamieDedes

musingbymoonlight.com said...

Hi!

Came back to check out your artwork and crochet. You do beautiful work. Thanks for posting it.

Jamie Dedes