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Home Sweet Home

I am grateful on this day, 
Monday 6th December 2010,
for my 'home sweet home'...
where my love always 
makes sure the
'home fire' is burning bright ...
keeping our toes toastie
melting our 'yeti boots'!

A Virgin A Day
Madonna of the Small Trees  -  Geovanni Bellini
to see more beautiful 'Virgins'
visit
A Virgin A Day
Recuerda mi Corazon

Comments

deb did it said…
brrrr, but beautiful!! yet such a warm, cozy glow on the inside
turquoise cro said…
O! yes, hurry and get those snow clumps off!!!Beautiful Bellini painting!!! Welcome back to Home Sweet Home!!
Leslie said…
lovely photos of your snow-bound cottage - and i've been reading through and enjoying your advent gratitude posts. such a nice idea for this season.
Annie said…
You provided us with a "two for" today. Both are moving and deeply meaningful. Bellini's is a favorite of mine.
rebecca said…
dear sue,
how was your adventure out into the big world?
i am stunned with the amount of snow that has fallen since that first "virgin" snowfall early morning last week.

thanks for warming my heart with your gratitude of home and fire...and this stunning virgin.

stay warm!!!
xoxoxoxoxxox,
rebecca
Meri said…
Is this the same Bellini that made the canopy in St. Peter's Basilica?
Noelle Renee said…
You have a beautiful home and hearth and it is made all the more so by the love and gratitude that resides within. The outside photo looks like a Christmas card, so lovely, and your pup is incredibly sweet. Your photo of the virgin is magnificent, rich and interesting. I love the name, "Madonna of the Small Trees".
xo,
Noelle
Carola Bartz said…
What a beautiful sweet cottage you have! And all that snow, wow. It looks like a real Winter Wonderland. And that cute dog who obviously couldn't resist the white magic...
Charlotte said…
Jasper loves his trendy snow boots, he's getting a new pair every day he loves them so much!
Jane said…
...really, I want to come to your cottage! I just love it, snow, frosty toes and all!

Stay warm, and know that I'm thinking of you! With so very much to be grateful for!
xo Jane

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