Merry Christmas! I hope everyone has a lovely day full of blessings, laughter, and good times with loved ones.
Christopher and I are enjoying our first Christmas as a married couple. We’re here in Indianapolis, just the two of us. The past couple days we visited our parents and family (more on that in another post:).
Today we’re enjoying watching Hermes play in wrapping paper and with his new mice toys. (Nikki is sulking under our bed and being a party pooper.)
We ate a delicious breakfast of cinnamon rolls and goetta (a Cincinnati favorite).
And we enjoyed wonderful mimosas in our new champagne flutes.
And it wouldn’t be Christmas without a timed photo in front of the tree! (Check out the new cozy robe Christopher got me!)
Merry Christmas from Tulle and Trinkets!
PS — One of my trinket photographs was featured in The Leaf Chronicle today!
A photo of my Occupied Japan figurines is featured in a lovely story in The Leaf Chronicle, a Clarksville, TN newspaper. The story reflects on how Christmas was in the “good old days” when times were simpler and Christmas morning didn’t mean a “bounty” of gifts. It’s a humbling and excellent story. Check it out here.