I have the best Santa Clause ever in the history of Santa Clauses.
I had been eyeing this gray quilt for months. Actually I’d been eying one at Pine Cone Hill but we all know there ain’t no way in this world I’m putting something that expensive on our bed our
Well, in a word?
I love them dearly but they pick stuff and puke.
When I opened this on our Christmas morning I was thrilled! I have wanted to make a few changes in our bedroom for Winter anyway. The quilt is sooo warm and
The quality of this bedding set is amazing! I picked up the gray and white pillow covers as well as the brown striped one at IKEA the last time we were in Atlanta for under $8 each. They are also made well and have a zipper closure. As a side note, don’t EVER ask Big Daddy to stop by IKEA on game day.
He flips out.
When we pack up all of our Christmas decorations I plan on switching out some of the accessories in our bedroom as well
This quilt set has become a catalyst:)
My Santa also brought me this:
I have been fascinated with Russian history since the fourth grade. Ever since I saw the movie Peter And The Wolf at school one day. Particularly Tzarist Russia and the Russian Revolution.
I was completely unaware that this book even existed. I’ve read everything Robert Massey has written on the subject. This author is new to me and I’m excited to spend the cold Winter months with this book.
Back in the Spring I found this antique copy of Anna Karenina at a church rummage sale for $.50. I love the color on the spine.
I hoe y’all had a wonderful Christmas! We sure did here at the Davis House 🙂
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