Sunday, December 26, 2010

Historic Homes on Christmas Day

I just couldn't stay in, when there was all the snow to look at in my favorite part of town.
It has been 21yr. since we had a White Christmas in Alabama. It was rare even when we lived in Oregon.
Snow makes Chrismas much more festive dosen't it.
I hope your Christmas was wonderful.


13 comments:

Donna said...

Ah, wasn't it magical to have snow for Christmas?! We had a touch of it yesterday and then it melted. But we have about an inch out there this morning and it's lightly coming down. Love it!

Pearl said...

Beautiful homes and snow! Thanks for sharing. Hugs, Pearl

stefanie said...

oh, I am in LOVE!

Romeo said...

Ah, you too?! We had snow for Christmas day!!! I don't think I wasn't tickled - yep, sent "her" outside to play so that I could get some extra catnapping and catnip ;)

I'm glad to hear that you had a nice Christmas! And how could you not with gazing upon these beautiful houses! Oh the fun I could have tearing up and down those stairs....

Wishing mew a wonderful New Year filled with happiness and love!

Romeo

Betsy said...

The Christmas greenery shows up so pretty in the snow on the homes you have pictured. Very pretty.
We had snow here in Va. and now it is supposed to rain this week end.
I would rather have snow, I love it.
Have a Wonderful New Year!
Betsy

Rebecca said...

I'll take the big southern hug and hug you back with a warming hug from the cold Midwest! Although it looks like Alabama dipped down a little and got sprinkled you with a little Northern love this Christmas. Wishing you great blessings this New Year
Rebecca

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

How amazing that you had snow, Marcie. Thank you for sharing pictures of the those beautiful houses! The snow makes a pretty decoration.
Happy New Year to you and your family!
Hugs,
Julia

Richard Cottrell said...

Happy new year Richard Cottrell at myoldhistorichouse.blogspot.com

Fete et Fleur said...

I dream of a white Christmas someday. With homes like these to see, I can understand why you went out.

Wishing you a Happy New Year filled with every good thing.

Nancy

TiffanyJane said...

Ooooooo LOVE these pics!!! Historic Home Tours is one of my all time favorite things to do..........these homes are Beautiful!!
:)

Barbara Jean said...

Oh so beautiful!!
Hope your Christmas was lovely and full of fun and family.

Inventory time at the store so my blogging will have to be minimal
Thinking I spend way too much time on here anyway.

blessings sweet friend

barbafra jean

Xela said...

Marcie your pictures from the Christmas Homes are wonderful. I love your blog and I wish you a happy New Year.
Alexandra

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

These homes are beautiful.We live in Tennessee and it was our first White Christmas in seventeen years!