nova: bright star


The nativity set bought from the Avon lady, many, many moons ago, has come out once again in all its glory. Everything is there; the three kings are just out of the picture. The scene is as fresh and bright as the first day, although many little hands have rearranged the scene over the years. I wonder which piece will go for a walk this year? Probably the donkey again!

14 thoughts on “nova: bright star

    1. Thank you so much, what a lovely surprise!. I am deeply touched and will choose the awards carefully and place them with pride here. Sorry it has taken a day or two to reply to you, but I have been away from my computer this last few days. Have a peaceful Christmas and again thank you so much. Gill


  1. I’ve awarded you the Blog of the Year Award 2013! (Forgive me if I’ve awarded you before and you declined, it’s hard to keep track of). There’s no obligation to accept, I understand completely if you don’t. Anyway, thanks for liking posts on my blog “The Journal of Wall Grimm.” I appreciate your coming by. For details about the award, please see my post Happy Holidays and have a peaceful and prosperous New Year! Sage


    1. Hey. Just found you here, so I am a little late replying! Thank you so much for awarding me the ‘Blog of the Year Award 2013’. Yes I do accept it with great thanks! It may take a few days to do the things I must do (linking and nominating etc), but I will. Meanwhile a Happy Christmas and New Year to you.


      1. No problem, it’s a busy season. And take all the time you need. It is a process, that’s for sure. Merry Christmas Gill!


  2. My wife has a beutiful ceramic Nativity set that she cleaned and fired herself. Each Christmas, I remind myself to photograph it but never get around to it. The season is always just to busy. Hopefully, I’ll get it done this time.


    1. You must ! Do it now! It is so easy…. This little group has been around so long in our house they deserved some sort of photo. In fact it felt a bit like taking a family photograph….. except these little people sat still and no one blinked! Happy Christmas!


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