Wednesday, December 14, 2016







Hopefully the Moravian Star, the tiny lights, and the red door say "Welcome"
to all.  This being said, the people who enter and leave this door are far more
important than the decorations and the lights.



Speaking of our loved ones, remember this adorable little guy?  He had lots of pictures
shared on this blog over the years.  He has grown up quite a bit since this picture
was taken.
 
 
Here he is now.  With our recent move, we now have a wood burning fireplace. 
Along with that, we needed wood to burn, and help with it all.  Our grandson was a
huge help!  He and his grandfather unloaded the wood and stacked it on the
tarp in our screened in porch.
 

It was a time consuming, and he faithfully stuck with it until the job was completed. 


It blessed my heart in a special way, as I watched the two of them working together.

 
 So thankful for the carefully stacked wood.
  
  
 And, last night we burned the wood for the first time.  I grew up with
a wood burning fireplace, and it is one of my favorite aspects of the house
we now live in.
 
Just a little something for you on this cold, wintery December day.
Thank you for stopping by.
 

4 comments:

Carla said...

Oh Judy, how I would love to be sitting there in front of that glowing fire! Your new home is so warm and welcoming, and with the bitterly cold temps coming, you've found the perfect way to stay warm!

Lea said...

We have gas logs in our new house and so enjoy them. We were weary with hauling wood but the gas logs don't crackle and pop like the wood logs. What a sweet Grandson you have.

Judy ~ My Front Porch said...

There's nothing quite like the warmth and the coziness of a wood-burning fireplace...along with the pleasant smell! You will enjoy it. How nice to have your grandson help fetch the wood.

GratefulPrayerThankfulHeart said...

What a dear young man you have with such a kind heart. Lovely wood burning stove. Wishing you a very merry Christmas in your new home!

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