Source: One Last Christmas in a Beloved Home
Filed under A Good Home
I remember it, Cynthia. Loved it then and loved seeing it again. Wonderful post. I hope you and your family have the most beautiful and happy Christmas ever. ((HUGS))
Hugs to you too! Thanks for the good wishes, Elizabeth. I am wishing you a lovely Christmas in your new home.
Wonderful Cynthia. Merry Christmas to you and your family and best wishes for a Happy New Year!
Thank you, Mary. I wish you a wonderful Christmas season.
I remember this and how spectacular it was and still is!! Someday I will visit there! Merry Christmas and many many good wishes for health and happiness in 2016 to you and your family Cynthia!!
The same good wishes to you, dear Tina. Are you baking and cooking up a storm?
What a sweet village. Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas, my blogger friend!
Merry Christmas and good wishes to you!
And to you, Inese! Wishing you peace and joy.
Thank you! xx
That one was a lovely post … and such a beautiful house…
Merry Christmas, dear Cynthia. Peace, love and joy to you and yours.
Those pictures look like paintings! So charming! Enjoy your Canadian Christmas!!!
Thank you. I wish you and yours a lovely Christmas too.
That is such a lovely home, and so full of memories!
Have a Merry Christmas, and peaceful and plentiful new year. Those Main Street photos would make beautiful Christmas cards!
Lovely! Wishing you and yours a very special Christmas and all the very best for the New Year 😀
And same here, Julie! Though you may already be celebrating Boxing Day by now!
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Interview with Cynthia Reyes