Monday, January 16, 2012

I come to the sea . . .

A surprise gift arrived just before Christmas
from a fellow blogger whom I now consider a friend.



How fun that I get to have my morning
coffee everyday in this thoughtful gift.

Thank you Christine for your kindness
and for keeping us "connected".
vista woman

11 comments:

Christine said...

You're Welcome! :)

Debbie said...

That Christine is a real peach. She is a wonderful friend to have.
Debbie

Nancy Jo said...

What a nice gift, don't you just love getting something in the mail??
I just won a drawing on the site LEMON LANE COTTAGE,I'm so excited,it isn't everyday that you win something.
Nancy Jo

Elaine @ Sunny Simple Life said...

Bloggers are the best aren't they? Real kindred spirits.

dee dee said...

Christine is such a blessing!
dee dee

Debbie said...

Christine is one of my favorite bloggers! You can so easily read her heart in her posts. She's the kind of person I would want to know in the real world.

Also, I'm sorry to be so late getting back to blog land. I have been trying to play catch up ever since getting home and not doing a good job of it.

You asked about the envelope on the dashboard in a recent post of mine.
That's my husband's mileage counter and expense envelope. I snapped that shot in the driveway before he recorded it to head out of town. He moved it.

That was actually an old photo from a previous post when I traveled with him on business. I just reused it 'cause I like pictures on posts.

Crickit said...

How wonderfully sweet Christine is! :)

Kris said...

I have made so many wonderful friends through blogging.

lindsey said...

Nice gift!

Just a little something from Judy said...

To my dear blogging friend, your beautiful gift arrived today! I can't tell you how it brightened my day. I also want you to know that I have admired your sewing projects and am thankful that I now have one of those beautiful projects for my own. Thank you so much! It was a very special gift!

Just a little something from Judy said...

What a kind lady Christine is! Little gifts like hers sure can make one's day. I like that mug.