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Tuesday's "Three"

December 18, 2012

3 Christmas-Themed Items I'm Loving:
  1. The snowman made of a dryer vent hose found {here}
  2. The very sweet felt Christmas tree ornaments found {here}
  3. A Gratitude Journal like {this} to remind me of all I have and am grateful for.  {ok, not Christmas-themed but I like it!}
3 Things I adore right now:
  1. The tiniest little blue egg one of the girls laid in the coop a couple of weeks ago.
  2. The vintage photos of our families - I've put in an "order" for my #1 handyman to make some barnwood frames to display some of the photos......I just have to find the barnwood.
  3. Christmas lights.  Don't they just put a smile on your face?
3 Things I want to try in 2013:
  1. knitting
  2. making bars of soap
  3. making beeswax and soy candles
Happy Tuesday!

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