Friday, 11 December 2015

Soulfood Friday.

One of my favourite things about the season is getting all our best loved Christmas/Winter stories down from the shelves.
Stories that will weave themselves in word and image into the memories of these cold, grey, cosy evenings.

What are your favourite things about the season of Advent/Christmas/Winter?

Every Friday I'll be pausing to notice something from the week that has nourished my soul. 

A special, sacred-everyday moment captured on camera, or perhaps a snippet from a book, a recipe still warm from the kitchen or something whimsical that simply made me smile.
Here are a few simple things that have fed my soul this week. 

What has inspired/fed/nourished your soul this week friends? 
 Feel free to link up to your own soulful spaces either at the bottom of this post or in the comments




  1. It is wonderful to snuggle up with loved ones and read a Christmas story or watch a favorite Christmas movies. One of my favorites is Polar Express, I choose to start watching it because of Tom Hanks, but I just feel magic from it. Blessings to you and family.

  2. It's the hibernation for me. It helps us all to recharge ready for spring :)

  3. I love the quiet inward movement of the season.

  4. Such loveliness. Christmas traditions here usually involve sun, sand, and feeling way too hot to be comfortable. :-)

  5. Wonderful books and music box (?). It's always a especially feeling to take the seasonal books. Our most beloved winter/Christmas story is from the Moomin-books of Tove Jansson the story about the Christmas tree.
    Have a quiet threeth Advent

  6. what's the title of that book? i love the illustrations.
    we love to read christmas books too.

  7. Your book looks amazing! What would we do without our books?


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