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Goodbye November, one of my favorite months of the year. December is here and I just want to pull back it's reigns and try to enjoy everything.

The first weekend I will be at 1824 Walker Farmhouse Christmas in the Country on December 6 & 7. It is one of my most favorite weekends of the year. As Audrey (1824 owner) says "We will start off with Friday evening, December 6th from 6 pm to 9 pm. We will open our home again as we have before. We want to have a customer appreciation evening for our customers and that will be in our home with the fire going and ham being cooked in the cast iron pot over the fire. Along with ham sandwiches we will have more refreshments and I'm working on a special Wassail! Saturday the hours are 10 am to 2 pm. Thank you for your interest through the years ~ you are awesome!"

That part was in last month's "hello", but it is stated so beautifully, I want you to know how much joy this event brings me. If you would like more info, please send me a message here, on fb or ig. (

The week after is my anniversary...I think 27 years. I have known Dino for so long it is easier for me to subtract the years than add them! Lydia is also coming home that week - yippee!

December brings us so much joy, but if we let it, it can bring us so much stress too. I am rolling with it this year, and trying not to plan as much. Go with the flow... With everything, I want to keep God as my focus of this holiday. I am so thankful and so #blessed.

Wishing you many blessings for a very Merry Christmas!
xo Jenn

“I am still continuing to build this space of mine. Sometimes I need a little pause for what is going on, but I want this to be a happy place for ideas and inspirations.  To work at my own pace with creating. I hope you will keep on visiting me.  I can honestly say that the greatest joys in my life are not the things I own, but the relationship I have with God, my  family, and friends – near and far.”  ~ Jenn Tavoletti

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