First, the covered wagon.
Candles were lit throughout the village path. It was beautiful. I wish I could have captured that beauty but pictures don't do this experience justice at all.
The smells were phenomenal.
An ambient feel of long ago filled the air.
These sisters were busybodies and boy did they have a story to tell.... LOL
Cozy & once again, oh the wonderful smells...
Huh. I guess nut shells made good candle holders back in the day...
Hot egg nog with nutmeg. MMMM
Gary, always looking for trouble.
This cabin had an inviting aroma. Aha! No wonder. Look at this dinner we stumbled on!
Thank goodness for these pot belly stoves to warm our hands after coming in from the cold.
No, that's not a flying saucer. It's a snicker doodle.
Believe it or not, kids back in the 1700's & 1800's used to play with these type of toys, made from wood.
And the classrooms looked like this. Be sure and count the stars on the American flag...
Women were not permitted to be teachers if
they were married .
Just in time for some warm bread, right from the oven.
I loved this old chair.
Every once in a while these people would appear in the dark night, out of nowhere... walking along the village path with their candle and singing Christmas carols.
Tonight, we went back in time... to a Christmas Eve so very long ago. It was educational, heartwarming, and fun. Glad you could join us.