Wow is it gloomy outside this morning! But come on in and have a cup of DD coffee and I promise you it isn't gloomy, Through My Back Door. All of the trees are up and decorated. I have them all on this gloomy day and I love the glow of the lights.I am going to get out my Christmas dishes this afternoon so next time we'll use those mugs. Today it is the trusty old Redware. I love Rick Hamelins redware, and to know every piece is done by hand. WOW! Anyway, another reason it isn't gloomy in here today is Amanda's genetic testing came back negative. We were so grateful for that. She is doing well and will start chemo after Thanksgiving, so please continue to remember her in your prayers. The doctor even said they worked, but we all know that. Don't we?
I always wanted a fireplace to decorate. This year I have one and just can't get it the way I want it. Here is what it looks like now.
It is subject to change.lol I have tweaked this several times too.
My feather tree got broken, Michael fixed it and I keep forgetting to buy brown tape to wrap it. I don't know about you, but I find beauty in imperfection?lol
Another vignette. I love feather trees, can you tell? I would love to have a larger one. Maybe one day.
I won't bombard you with anymore pictures today. It was important to share about Amanda because I know you all have been praying. I have received e-mails telling me so, and by your comments I know it too. I also know a lot of you I haven't heard from are praying. It is what we in blogland do, isn't it? Thanks for coming Through My Back Door, where life is good.
PS: Enjoy these gloomy days by spending them with someone you love. It makes them so much brighter, in the gloom.