I am smitten with vintage images and just love the timeless and classic look. I've said it before, and I'll say it again. I wish today's Santa would dress like this.
Joyeux Noel. Look at this sweet little angel (no pun intended) ... now that is a classic look.
Another timeless image. Pieces like this just seem to melt away the commercialism of Christmas.
Yes, here's the man of the season again. Men don't refer to their clothing as "outfits" but I sure do like his!
Graceful. There's no other word to describe this couple as they glide on the ice. I tried to ice skate one. time. That's all it took was one. time. I had those skates off my feet quicker than you could say "ouch" ... never again. Graceful? I was not!
Best Wishes For Christmas. Something tells me these little sweeties are going to have a steaming copy of cocoa (with marshmallows) when they go inside.
This next image reminds me of a Winter wedding. Maybe because The Runner and I had a December wedding. With lots and lots of snow. And cold temperatures. And cars that wouldn't start. I wish they still made sleds like these rather than the plastic discs.
I remember having a little hand-warmer like her. Of course, mine was not real fur - but it was toasty warm just the same.
This hare sure is getting his exercise in!! I couldn't ice skate, but I sure loved to ski. Cross-country ski, that is. Oh, I tried downhill skiing a couple of times, but preferred to stay on the bunny slopes with all the children. Those lifts? Oh no. Never. I do not miss the cold and the ice but I sure miss skiing. As a matter of fact, I still have my skis. Yes. In Texas.
My father worked part time at a nursery and when flocked trees were popular, he brought one home and this tree reminds me of that one.
Whoa ... this dude makes me cold just looking at him. And, I must admit that I am just a little intimidated by his stature.
I leave you with this image; it's not vintage and doesn't really have a timeless or classic look but I think you'll agree with me that this child is having a good time.
See you next time with more Christmas cards. We're coming down the wire now, aren't we?