Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Magic on 34th Street

A restorative antidote to the pressing crowds at malls all over America, Jim and I were part of a different kind of flash mob this past weekend in our hometown of Baltimore...



Sending you all Beauty, Blessings and Creativity for Christmas and the New Year!

23 comments:

Lilli said...

Merry Christmas and a happy New Year! All the best for 2015! Love from rainy Germany. Lilli

Nouli said...

Merry Christmas to all of you!!!!!

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

That was wonderful! When I saw you at the end I waved to you. LOL! It was an instant response.

Merry Christmas dear Susan. May your day be filled with lots of love, joy & peace and may 2015 be a great year for all of you.

Love & hugs ~ FlowerLady

MulticoloredPieces said...

Wow! Susan, that is quite a show. And wishing you a Joyful Holiday Season!
best, nadia

Leigh Wheeler said...

Have a very Merry Christmas and Happy Stitching in the New Year!

saves9 said...

Peace and joy from across the pond x Pippa

tattrldy said...

Wonderful! Merry Christmas!

Lisa Boni said...

What fun! Merry Christmas!

crazyQstitcher said...

Merry Christmas Susan. May your day be wonderful with loved ones and friends.
Thank you for the inspiration and sharing over the year.
Be safe.
Maureen

Cath said...

That was beautiful. Merry Christmas!

Judy S. said...

What fun! Merry Christmas to you and your family!

Cari said...

Merry Christmas Susan !! I know you'll be enjoying your wonderful family !!

Teresa said...

I cried when I watched this Susan, you simply have a way to bring joy into hearts.
And all the way from Australia (where we are in shorts and shirts)....I wish you, Jim, Jack and all your extended family, a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful 2015.
love & blessings, Teresa

Createology said...

Merry Christmas Blessings with Peace and Joy for all of 2015 Dear...

margaret said...

how good to be able to take part in this. Happy Chritmas to you and the family

margaret said...

those poorly children certainly enjoyed their paint play so sad to be so poorly so young

Louise Michie said...

Merry Christmas. Hold the peace of Christmas in your heart for ever.

Mosaic Magpie said...

Sleep in heavenly peace....
Merry Christmas!
Deb

Vicky aka Stichr said...

i cried. how wonderful that was!

Kathy Brenneman said...

Dearest Susan,
I'm new to your blog and it has become one of my favorites. Then I opened your post this morning and began crying like a baby. What a wonderful present from my hometown of Baltimore. We live in Pennsylvania now. When my baby was younger we would make the trek to Baltimore for her to see this every New Years eve. Well she's 18 now and it's been a few years since visiting, but the beautiful magic of Christmas shines bright on 34th Street. It's just great to see that all is calm and bright in Hamden on Christ's birthday.
Thank you for opening wonderful Christmas memories. This is the very best Christmas gift I got, from a total stranger, with a generous heart. Thank you so very much, this means more than you'll ever know. What a great plug for Baltimore tourism. Perhaps you should contact Stephanie Rollins-Blake and earn some money for your very positive portrayal of a city that has gotten a bad reputation in the last few years. I'm still proud to call it my hometown because of people like you.
Thanks again my new friend for giving me my greatest Christmas gift, memories of childhood, family and memories of Christmas past. Blessings to you and yours, today and always.
Kathy Martin-Brenneman

Alex said...

Fabulous! Just reminds us that in spite of the news, most people are lovely. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas, and wishing you a crafty and creative 2015.

Padparadscha said...

Happy New Year 2005 to you and your family ! <3

Catherine said...

That was awesome! May you have a wonderful new year, my friend!

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