Many of you know of my love of blue and white! The Christmas season brings the Decatur Tour of Homes. Our town has two historic districts, Old Decatur and Albany Heritage. Every year I say I am going to go to view the homes that are open but something always seems to come up.
This year Freedom Lights Productions took photos of many of the houses, the doors that were beautifully decorated as well as some of the churches were open to welcome guests. Jergen, the owner of Freedom Lights, goes to my church and he graciously allowed me to share one of his photographs with you. If you would like to see more of his photographs of the historic tour go and like his Facebook page, Freedom Lights Productions.
I know many of you enjoy blue and white decor as well so I wanted to share this here at Nanaland.
I had a great weekend at our Cross Stitch Retreat. I have to be honest and say that there was more talking than stitching done. Oh and a little purchasing was done as well. I reined in my spending.
It is so good to be with people who GET your love of handwork. I saw so many beautiful pieces. There was one lady doing a lovely needlepoint. She had come to the retreat with her cross stitch friends. Katrina is doing several retreats through out the south, east of the Mississippi River. Check out her webpage.
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