Christmas seems to have snuck up on me. The time passed by so quickly, I feel as if it barely happened.
I didn't do half of the things I had hoped to do before Christmas. That's the bittersweet thing about time I guess. You'll never get to experience an exact moment or time again, no matter how much you want to. Cherish every moment because it will be gone just like that. Take pictures. Write your thoughts down in a journal. Tell your loved ones how much YOU love them and how much they mean to you. Remember all the good times. Smile!
The New Year is a perfect time to make a Bucket List (if you haven't already). Or a list of things you aspire to do in the next year. I've already made a Bucket List, but I think that I am going to make a Do All This Within the Next Year List.
I wish you all the best and I hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Here are some "holiday associated" pictures that I've taken during the month of Fabulous December.
Here is my family's Great Gingerbread house. The best one we have EVER made together.
FYI: Those are "melting" snowmen on the sides of the house. :) Hence why they're red.
The sun looked so beautiful shining on the glittering morning frost that I just had to take a picture.
Frost encrusted leaf. Simple but pretty.
This was an amazing spiderweb that clung to our porch one morning. Awesome I know.
Need I say anything more?