Monday, December 2, 2013


 The week before Thanksgiving, every year the town of Warm Springs,Ga. has their Candle Light Tour.  It is always so festive and really gets you into the Spirit of Christmas.  There is one store that has a piano just inside it's door, on this night they roll it onto the sidewalk and Carolers dressed in period dress sings Christmas Carols.  The decorations are always beautiful. They have candles that lines the streets.  Since my hubby doesn't see well to drive at night, we didn't stay for the lighting of the candles, so I only got photo's in the day time.

 Here are some photo's I took this year.

There is, or was a Tea Room there.  A few years ago the owner closed it and moved to Florida.  I always loved to eat there.

We ate at The Bulloch House Restaurant.  It is a beautiful Victorian house that was built in the 1800's.

It's so easy to get all wrapped up in shopping, parties and all the glitter, but let's always remember the true meaning of the season.

"For unto you is born this day .. a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord"  Luke 2: 11 kjv



  1. Happy Advent to you, too Sylvia!

    You take the neatest day tours - one of these days I would love to visit you and see some of these awesome places. Always sad about a tea house closing, though, even though it was just retirement and not going out of business.

    Have a wonderful week.

  2. How down home beautiful! What a great way to start Christmas off!

  3. What a delightful place to visit!!!

    Same here, we don't go far anymore, because of my husband's deteriorated eye sight. And even around town, I drive home, if we are out after dark. Which isn't much, actually. But even going to an early dinner, at 4PM, can result in darkness going home.

    No one re-opened that Tea Room???? Wow, I'd think someone would have. I'd think someone would have been happy to buy the business, from the retiring former owners. Myyyy yes! Bet it was a delightful and busy place...

    My wish is that none of us, get caught up in, what I refer to as "The Christmas Machine." The holiday pressure to buy, buy, buy and do, do, do and run, run, run, etc. No matter what our religious feelings are, it seems silly to let "The Christmas Machine" get a-hold of us....

    Btw, it got that phrase from the book, by the name of "Unplug The Christmas Machine." It is a super read! To give people the courage to buck-the-trends of this Holiday Season.


  4. These are wonderful and very enjoyable pictures. I lived in Georgia for a year. I remember going to Stone Mountain at Christmas. Thanks for sharing such beauty.

  5. Thank you for sharing your lovely day with us. I feel like I was right there with you. Looks like a beautiful little town all decked out for Christmas! You are helping me get into the Christmas spirit today! Thank you!

  6. Oh Sylvia.... It is so beautiful!! And I can see how it would get anyone into the Christmas Spirit!

    Yes, we should always remember to keep Christ in Christmas after all that what it's all about.
    God is so Good all the time, let us take great Joy in his presence this year and always.

    I hope you are having a wonderful start to this Christmas season!

    Blessings to you,

  7. Dec. 5th

    RE: your comment in my blog.... Thank you so much for letting me know, that you noticed my Header! So sweet of you, to do so.

    I love making different blog looks... It is sooooooo lovely, when a blogger takes the time to tell me, that she noticed. :-)

  8. Oh wow Sylvia, how pretty! I would love to walk around with you at this lovely place and would find great pleasure in your sweet company, dear friend :)

    Your header is darling and so perfect for the Christmas season. I hope you are well!

    Love and hugs!

  9. Now this should put anyone in the Christmas spirit! Beautiful...


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