Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Join me for Christmas Coffee

- I'm so glad to see you! I hope you feel my warmest welcoming hugs when we get inside the Old shop and Café. Outside it's cold and snowy so we all long for a warm cup of tea or coffee together with something sweet. (you can click on the following photos to enlarge them)

We find that the little room with the fireplace is waiting for us with its small antique tables and chairs. We're chatting about our lives and how we're going to celebrate Christmas. I think that our talking also will concern serious subjects of tragical incidents in the world, but I hope that we also share stories of the good news. Tell each other about people with so much of benevolence even if their deeds never will be on the headlines. 

This is also a place for tranquil moments which I think is on the top of the wishlist for many of us. Before we all return to our RL we look around in the shop and maybe find something for our selves or a present to someone we know.

 It's getting late and it's time to go outside, say goodbye and wish everyone

A Merry Christmas!


Ms. Becky said...

What a charming spot to gather for coffee and holiday cheer, thank you for inviting us Ella. The snow is very beautiful - we've gotten only rain so far this season, but in coming days there is small promise for some white flakes. My fingers are crossed. Wishing you and your family a blessed Christmas and healthful new year. Happy holidays to you Ella.

ML said...

Thanks for the invitation. I thougt we meet on the 18th. But I like to join you once more in the Old Shop & Café today.

Like last year, I wish you and your family a marvellous christmas time and a very good new year. Have fun.



Jill from Killeny Glen said...

Merry Christmas sweet Ella! What a charming shop! I would most certainly want to browse in it and sample some of the pastries AND a cup of coffee! LOVE a cup of coffee with pastry!!! Enjoy your vacation!

Gowganda Photography said...

Have a great Christmas and a Happy New Year. Your pictures of the shop are great feel as though I was browsing thru. Bill