It's hard to believe that November is almost gone. Thanksgiving is behind us and Christmas is ahead of us, with all the beautiful music, twinkling lights, Christmas gatherings and quiet nights sitting near the Christmas tree enjoying the silence. I'm pretty sure December will go just as fast as November.
On with my daybook . . .
On my playlist . . . There's always something on my playlist. Right now I'm listening to Luke Bryan singing, Oh Holy Night - so beautiful.
Outside my window . . . This is what I woke up to this morning . . .
I love the change of seasons, and that includes snow! The forecast calls for snow off and on, almost everyday this week.
On my mind . . . Oh my goodness, there is so much on my mind. On Saturday we went to the funeral of a friend who died in a scuba diving accident, she was only 68 years old when she passed. She and her husband were on their 47th wedding anniversary trip. I was so sad. I went to high school with her and shared the love of drama and acting. Then after 21 years, we became neighbors and friends for the next 27 years. The funeral was just beautiful and very touching. There were so many flowers and so many people, she was very loved. When we went to church on Sunday you could still smell the lingering scent of roses in the chapel. She will be missed by so many.
Thinking about . . . I'm thinking about all that needs to be done before my granddaughter gets married on the 27th. We will all be working hard to get her bouquet made as well as the boutonnieres and corsage's for the bride's maids and groomsmen, parents and grandparents Here's a sneak peak of the flowers. My daughter just stuck them in a vase to pick out the flowers she wants to use...I just love the colors Taylor chose, her bouquet will be beautiful!