An antique coal scuttle filled with evergreen boughs sits near a little cast iron dutch oven my father bought for his mother when he was a boy. In the summertime it hangs on the porch, filled with pretty flowers.On the door another wreath brings anticipation of the warm welcome that awaits when you step inside.Don't hesitate to knock or press the doorbell. You won't be sorry - you will be glad you stopped by to visit my dear little mother in her Christmas Cottage home.
Where a welcome awaits.
I love all the coziness of Christmas in your shared post surrounding your Mother's quaint cottage. And of course, I would have to say the birds of a feather are my favorite.ReplyDelete
Such a pleasure to meet you, Adrienne.
What a lovely little cottage. i hope you will tell your mother how much we appreciate her sharing it with us:>)ReplyDelete
that was a very sweet tribute to your sweet mother...
she must be very proud of you... I can tell that you are very proud of her...
Her home does look very welcoming. I love the color of her home and all the decorations.ReplyDelete
Homey, love it. It kinda give you that warmth all over.ReplyDelete
How wonderful Adrienne!Loved the images of your mother's home.Big grin.Does she live in the Willamette Valley too?Great post here...ReplyDelete
Love~Sharon from Stayton
That cottage is the sweetest, coziest thing I have ever seen! It would be just heaven to live in such a darling place.ReplyDelete