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Happy Holidays!

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I have been trying to sort out what the remainder of my 2012 year should entail…and playing into that is the most current of events.  I am quite frankly having trouble wanting to talk about much of anything here — it is partially the season (quiet winter) and it is mostly that I just want to put it all down for a little while and enjoy the holidays with my family and specifically my little people (who I can’t help but want to hug at least 10 extra times a day).

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I am craving quiet and loving the dark that envelopes us at this time of year….but still wanting to share a little twinkle and sparkle.  I had this idea that I might try and virtually hang some twinkly lights around the site here, but as with many things technology wise… changing up blog templates is a pain — and it will take me more time to figure out how to do it than I have to give.  So instead…it will just grace all the posts until I tire of it.

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So instead of dithering about what to write about when my head is somewhere else…..this is what I have decided to do:  Over the next week and a half (until about New Years Eve or so) the daily posts will be heavily loaded with images of pretty, sparkly, holiday inspired, winter beauty along with a reprisal of some posts from the past (If I must say so myself, there are quite a few real winners that just never get seen now that this site has been live for nearly 5 years).

I hope you have a wonderful holiday season.

images by maureen lunnCubist Castle, and  p2p2

 

r-greayer_55a-short-253x253Rochelle Greayer is a writer, landscape designer, farmers market manageress, former physicist rocket scientist & founder and editor of PITH +VIGOR. Author of Cultivating Garden Style : Inspired Ideas and Practical Advice to Unleash Your Garden Personality (her first solo book) she also writes for Apartment Therapy and hosts garden related and floral workshops in her barn in Harvard, MA.  Want to know more?
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