“I saw three ships come sailing in on Christmas Day, on Christmas Day!
I saw three ships come sailing in, on Christmas Day in the morning!”
This wonderful old traditional tune was published by William Sandys in 1833 with several other beloved favorites in a book titled “Carols Ancient & Modern”.
Singing Christmas carols is a great way to celebrate the holiday. Merry Christmas to all!
12/21/17 the southern sky bid goodbye to the Sun. Why does the real cold hit when the sun turns North?
Thoroughwort is a member of the aster family which is a member of the daisy family! What a strange name for such a lovely plant! Here it is in December, chilling out, enjoying bug-free time! I could look at this plant forever!
In my search for flowers blooming in southern Maryland in December, I was greeted by a sunny, very short-stemmed dandelion! The pond is frozen but this flower seems perfectly happy. I wish my camellias looked as happy as this dandelion. How far North do they bloom in December?
Did you get this blog post Thursday?
Christmas cacti are crazy! No wonder so many people have them! This one was a gift I received last Christmas. It has already been re-potted once and I will move it to an even larger pot this spring. It is a gift that keeps on giving!
Wooden German Christmas ornaments are too wonderful!
We came in for their fabulous deli sandwiches and discovered these treats!
I want them all!