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Pin It Tuesday: Christmas

I have got Christmas on the brain. I think it is in the air. It is starting to get colder at night, a definite sign fall is on its way. There is something about the anticipation of getting through December and enjoying Christmas day. I enjoy the feeling, smells, and overall experience. I always put too much pressure on myself. Did I buy enough? Did I buy too much? Why didn't I make that new cookie recipe? Did I spend enough time doing this, doing that... Oh the stress! However, I love it.

Source: via Brandi on Pinterest

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What holiday are you in love with?


  1. I'm stopping by from Helicopter Mom's Alexa hop. I'm a new follower, too! I'm just getting started in the blog world. Love the photos and love pinterest.

  2. I can't believe that Christmas is less than 6 months away! I can feel the air getting chillier and the days are getting shorter but I think I'm staying in denial ;).

  3. Christmas is such a pretty holiday. It is getting so close! I guess I need to start pinning some Christmas ideas soon. I found you through Pin It Tuesday!

  4. I LOVE the PVC wreath! Following you now on Pinterest and GFC. You can follow back at Love the ideas and it is definitely time to start thinking about Christmas as it will be here before we know it. Happy Pinning!

  5. Oh my, I can't believe the holidays are almost among us. This holiday season is coming over too fast. Love all those items you've posted. Thanks for hopping on the Frugal Friday blog hop at vB.
    Wishing you a great day,
    Español para Niños (Spanish for Kids)

  6. Seeing those photos makes me long for the smells of pumpkin spice and cinnamon. I can almost feel the warmth from the fire smoldering in the hearth...


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