Monday, 19 December 2011

So festive.....

Met my lovely daughter yesterday, I had just finished some decorations in the house..................




then we went to lovely Lytham ..it has the most pretty shops and a little ice ring and  a wonderful atmosphere we ate too many cakes ha ha  and bought far too many flowers it was fabulous to be together...
hope you have a wonderful week....




Love Lynn xxxx




27 comments:

kerrie of sea cottage said...

Looks beautiful where you went. You can never eat to much cake with your daughter! So glad you had a beautiful day together. I am sharing your christmas tree in a post today...ox merry merry

Laura @ 52 FLEA said...

I would love to walk through that door...it looks so inviting and calm. Glad you had the opportunity to spend that special time with your daughter! Happy Christmas! Laura :)

Pilgrim at Kerjacob said...

Your house just looks lovely and how good too to be able to share enjoyable time with your daughter.
Love to you
Diane.

Amanda said...

Looks gorgeous. We've spent many a lovely break in Lytham St Annes.

Kay said...

hi lynn your house looks just fab...surely there is no such thing as too much cake....nor too many flowers!! ; )..xx

tam said...

Awwwwwww it looks beautiful! I would like to come for a mince pie and tea : ) x x

Victoria said...

I just discovered your blog from Kerrie's Sea Cottage blog...wow, it's so beautiful! I'm so excited to look around at your posts:)

layers said...

Your minimal vintage decorations are wonderful and the rest are so festive and xmassy -- just made up that word!
have a wonderful time too.

Gustaviana said...

geweldig wat een mooie foto's zo jammer dat het zo ver is want ik zou graag eens binnen lopen .. groetjes Viana

Susan McShannon-Monteith said...

Daughters are special are they not.
Love the bunting on the mantle.
Wishing you all the joy of the season and a very Merry Christmas Lynn.
Susan x
(LinglingandLulublogspot.com)

Maminka Girl - Loribeth Robare said...

Your mantle is just heavenly! Happiest of holidays to you. xxoo Loribeth

Burlap Luxe said...

HI Lynn
I am visiting via Sea Cottage Kerrie...She speaks of your beauty and I am convinced that is there anything more amazing then what you inspire...I have found a new place over here to rest my heart Sigh!!!

Thank you for inspiring.
xx
Dore

Fabulously french said...

Your house looks gorgeous, sounds like you are having fun spending time with your daughter. I would love to be shopping with my Mum...maybe I will go home to NZ next year.

Leeann x

Primchick said...

Just lovely Lynn...
Have a great Christmas..
Marion

Cowboys and Custard said...

I am rather belated in the festive spirit department this year but seeing your divine decorations has inspired me..Maybe it is time to dig out some sparkle and sprinkle it about. Have a wonderful peaceful time this Christmas with happy days to come..
Michele x

Shabbily By The Sea said...

Hi Lynn,
Beautiful pictures and so glad you can have your cake and eat it especially when it is with your daughter,
Merry Christmas xxx

Nattie said...

I think I need your house please.
nattie x

The Cloth Shed said...

Mr Owl looks right at home on your mantelpiece amongst the branches...
Julie x
Merry Christmas Lynn xx

Zuzu said...

Oh my, Lynn! This is magical! I love your decorations. And one can never have too many cakes or flowers, I always say. :)

Merry, Merry Christmas to you & yours!

Hugs,
Zuzu

sarah-jane down the lane said...

Gosh that curved shop window is stunning! So happy you and your daughter had a gorgeous time, I say too many flowers are obligatory this time of year!
Merry Merry Christmas Lynn,

with love Sarah x

Fr√łken Anker said...

It just looks like a fairytale. A shop I would LOVE to visit.

Merry Christmas
Birgitte

The Rustic Victorian said...

I just discovered your blog, and it is fantastic!

Marcie

Julie Whitmore Pottery said...

What a beautiul blog you have. So glad I found you through Helen at A Still Small Voice!
xx
julie

Elizabeth Eiffel said...

What elegant decorations...calming yet festive and welcoming.

Thank you for visiting my blog. Mr R loves your idea for cooling.......cost effective and doesn't require his engineering skills so he can put them to use elsewhere!

May the peace and joy of Christmas be with you and your family in 2012.
 Bisous

VERBENA.... NESTED TREASURES said...

oh lynn you always make my hear melt..i think you must share your sweets.. looks amazing! Merry Christmas! xo Laura

oldflowers4me said...

swoon.

vicki said...

These images are gorgeous Lynn! They are worthy of being in one of those beautiful coffee table books! The picture of the doorway is so inviting - so welcoming - so very lovely~~

Love,
Vicki