Thursday, December 17, 2009

The Elf's Are Exhausted...

It has been so long since I have added a blog post and I can honestly say I have missed all of you. The elves are completely worn out and it is now time to just enjoy the holiday. We will continue to offer our free shipping ( U.S. customers only) on any burlap pillow slips until Friday. We also have a special on our tea towels. Buy two and get the third one free, that will end on Monday.

My Christmas tree is still waiting to be decorated, I still have not done my usual holiday baking so I am looking forward to a few days of getting into the spirit. I hope all of you have had sometime to reflect back on this year and remember the blessing that you have received. I know for myself, I can get caught up in the everyday events and not recognize all the wonderful gifts I have been given throughout the year.

This has been an amazing year full of love, health, family and friends. I greatly appreciate each one of my customers who have become friends and for the support they have given me. I also am so fortunate to have met so many wonderful and inspiring women who have taken time to visit my blog, you are all such a treasure!


Each Christmas Eve we have a tradition of drawing names, we then go around the room and express our Christmas wish for the name we have drawn. It is such a wonderful heartfelt time when we express our wish for that person. Many tears are shed and it has become one of our families favorite traditions. My Christmas wish for each one of you is an abundance of love each day, health and happiness in all that you do and the ability to
recognize the small blessing that come each day.


I wish each of you a very Happy Holiday full of love and laughter…



15 comments:

Mermaid Queen said...

Merry Christmas to you Michelle, and thanks so much for the beautiful rug, I love it!
Take care,
Martha

Parisienne Farmhouse Chic said...

In Full Agreement.. this elf is ready to just enjoy and be merry!!

Federica said...

Hahahahahah Merry Christmas Michelle!

Tamerie Shriver said...

Merry Christmas, Michelle! As busy as we all seem to be most of the time, things get even crazier this time of the year. Why is that? Anyway, I hope you get some time to do what you enjoy doing.

All the best in the coming New Year!

Hugs,
Tamerie

love lives in the kitchen said...

welcome back and merry christmas!!

BonjourRomance said...

Glad you've gotten so much done and are now ready to enjoy the season. WHat a lovely Christmas Eve tradition you have - my family celebrates on Christmas Eve.
Merry CHristmas and enjoy your weekend!

tara said...

Merry Christmas to you Michelle!

Sea Witch said...

So glad that you are back and your elf is sweet. Wishing you a the merriest of holidays and look forward to your future postings. Sea Witch

Les Cotrions said...

Merry Christmas to you Michelle and a wonderful new year! Also my tree is still waiting to be decorated and I haven't bought gifts yet!
nice tradition in your family!
Hope all your dreams will come true!
Warm hugs
Vale

Cathy said...

Merry Christmas and all my love and best wishes for another prosperous new year ahead.

xo Cath

Fabulously french said...

Love the photo of the elf, he is gorgeous. Wishing you and fyour family a very happy Christmas and hope that you have a very prosperous 2010.

Leeann x

ps the french Christmas stockings sold like hotcakes!

Brayton Homestead Interiors said...

well you have been busy making your gorgeous creations. I changed my holiday decor this year in my living room to highlight your beautiful pillow! maybe I'll put it on my blog,
thanks again...

Karen

Andrea - Faded Plains said...

Your the best Michelle...and wish you and your family a wonderfully Blessed Christmas!

Jen R. said...

Enjoy your holiday! You earned it! Merry Christmas! Jen

Cathy said...

No PRESSURE HERE,

Valentine's Day is right around the corner! Yup, it is.

Please join me in my very first "Amour Valentine Swap". It's going to be easy, peezy and so much fun.

Just drop on over to my blog for the details, then send me an email if you'd like to participate. The more the merrier.

Thanks,

Cathy