Let It Snow

It’s snowing on WordPress, and in my home.

My daughter loves Christmas. It’s the most beautiful time of the year! A couple of years ago, I took a picture of a Vintage Shoppe’s window display of snow. It was so cute, I showed it my daughter this week. Well…..she ran with the idea.

Once we figured out how it was made, she ran to the store for fishing line, and cotton balls. She fluffed each cotton ball, and cut a strand of fishing line to her desired length. She passed the line through an eye of a needle, and stuck the needle through the ball. It fell down the line and stopped at the knot. She tied another knot where she wanted the next cotton ball to land, and continued on.

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Photo cred Semloh Photography

She found it very soothing to make, and I find snowballs hanging in the windows a soothing addition to our home.

This picture displays only one window she did. Yep…every window in out home will have snow by the time she’s done.

We are moving into a new home at the end of the year, so while I’m wrapping my mind around what needs to leave this house, she is adding more to it. This would stress some people out, but I’m gonna let her have at it, and let it snow.

Live Love Learn

People fascinate me. Taking time recently to read about the differences between men and women, relationships, friendships, and it’s all fascinating. The month of December is when I set aside time for awareness and to learn.

blog2This month will be a time to reflect over 2015. What worked and what didn’t? What is working now and what is not? If it hasn’t worked all year, do I really want to bring it into next year? How much room do I have on this platter of life? I left room to try some new things next year.

Not having a successful marriage caused me to question having a successful relationship. We all have parts of it that worked, but will they work in the next relationship? From what I can gather, it’s a new relationship, so everything is new. This is what will make a new you too.

Every day is new as is every moment. Treat the new person as new.

 

blackandwhiteBarbara is a writer, Entrepreneur and a Mom to her 16-year-old daughter. She loves dipping cookies in her coffee in the morning and will only eat cake with real buttercream icing. When she started this Blog in 2014 Letitgocoach was the name given. She enjoys helping people Let Go of what is holding them back from having a beautiful life. Her life today is an example of Letting Go and Letting God. You may connect with her via email. Letitgocoach@gmail.com