What the Font?


There are just times when my heart delights in seeing a great font on an image, today is one of those days.

We all have been so blessed by what we have been given…just because Christmas is over…we can still rejoice!

Enjoying our time with our family…just love this time of year…when things slow down just a bit and appreciate what is really important in life.

What are your thoughts today?


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36 thoughts on “What the Font?

  1. Hi Laurie, πŸ™‚
    Happy New Year to you and all your family!!
    My thoughts today are all happy and filled with hope for the New Year. May all your dreams come true!
    Hugs from OZ, Paula xxxx

  2. Perfect… I love the sentiment and feel the same way. Hope 2014 is a wonderful year for you and your blessings continue… Blessings are all around if we are able to stop and notice them…. at least that is how I feel about things…

  3. That is beautiful! I hope you had a very Merry Christmas! So glad that Christmas can live in our hearts all year. I’m thankful for you. Just was thinking about you this AM and wanted to say hello.

  4. It’s a beautiful image, Laurie πŸ™‚ I really enjoy “the lull” too. I have one more flurry of activity when I cook dinner for Dad and family on New Year’s Day, then it’s off to the Algarve. The walking group have a couple of good ones planned so I hope the weather is kind. Hope life continues on in 2014 in the same lovely way it has for you and the family this year. πŸ™‚

  5. You’ve made me smile with that title!
    I’ve always said that Christmas is more than a day … it bugs me that folks count down to one morning instead of embracing the season! Which is why I always say “happy holidays” even though so many get bothered by it … it’s more than a morning or a day.

  6. Such a gorgeous view Laurie. I am a font-o-holic and love what you did! Thanks for sharing and enjoy the time with your family hon. πŸ˜€ *big hugs*

  7. Now is the time for reflection and slowing down – so true. And then, Happy New Year, Laurie, and thank you for enriching us with your beautiful blog entries!

  8. Sometimes I feel as though we have the groundhog gene: the need for hibernation and reflection. I’m still tidying from the week, but the calm and quiet is welcome. Laurie, I’m delighted that I will “see” you in the new year.

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