Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Now For The Outside...

Spread the Christmas joy.
:> )


Connie said...

Thanks for showing the barn. It looks awesome! I love the front of your house and I notice the Circa 1861. My Greek Revival home is also Circa 1861. However, we are located in a small town in the Midwest with only 2 3/4 acres. When we bought his old house in 1997, I feel like I had come home. My DH laughingly said, maybe you lived here in the past. LOL
Thanks for sharing your lovely house and barn. I love it.


Andy said...

I love both your signs - did you make them? Your barn is gorgeous!

Jessica @BeforeTheDawn said...

Oh how festive those pictures look! I love all the greenery! Wonderful photos, thank you for sharing your home and barn. I even love the wreath on the stop sign. :)

Countryfolk Keepsakes said...

Thanks everyone!! Connie, that is exactly how I feel about our home. We are meant to be here. ♥
Yeppers Andrea, I made all my signs. I love that old barn. We had a gigantic dairy barn but had it dismantled. It broke my heart.
Jessica, I like to make folks smile. So I like to decorate things around our homestead to do just that. :> )

Cat Nap Inn Primitives said...

we say merry christmas too.;) I love your windows with the skis and skates..and I love that huge Greetings really know how to deck the house!!!!

Maureen said...

I always leave a visit to your blog with a big smile on my face. You are such a "pick-me upper" for me!
Merry Christmas to you and yours :)

Dana~HomespunTreasures said...


Thanks for sharing all the snow pictures!!! I live in South Carolina and we rarely get snow so I LOVED the pictures!! Your barn is just awesome. My favorite of all is the sign that says "We Say Merry Christmas"!!! I was in a Christmas craft show this past weekend and I told one of the girls on staff Merry Christmas and she said Happy Holidays...we're not allowed to say Merry Christmas and I thought to my self how SAD!! Have a great day tomorrow!!


bayrayschild said...

Oh Peanut you do a bang up job decorating!


Countryfolk Keepsakes said...

Thanks ladies!! ♥
We mustn't let the politically correct progressives keep any one of us from sayin' Merry Christmas.
Hmmm... I'd be curious to know if the person or persons who decided on not allowing those two words to be said have December 25th as a paid day off???

GoldieLoo Woodworks said...

Everything looks so beautiful Peanut.Love your snow pictures above too.~~Pam

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