Friday, 15 November 2013

Simply a Moment

Occasionally, something happens that makes it difficult for me to form any kind of coherent sentence.
And they say that a picture paints a thousand words ...
Alexa, of Trimming the Sails, invites people to share a moment with her around this date of each month. Nothing fancy, just a few well chosen words, or a photo, or a scrapbook page.
What's your moment?   
 

17 comments:

Alison said...

No need to say more!...hugs!
Alison xx

Ladkyis said...

What a moment! oh that is such a precious object. Such maturity in his use of language - only child spends most of his time with articulate adults.
did you cry? I did. Thank you for sharing.

Denise said...

Fantastic and priceless xxx

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Awwwwwwwww...

Missus Wookie said...

Lovely - and what nice writing too.

Sian said...

As we might say round here: "Good man yerself!" what a great letter this is. I'm sure it will have the desired effect..how could Santa refuse?

alexa said...

Oh, what a treasure! Both it and him :). This is something to hold onto forever ... So beautifully done, he is bound to have his polite requests answered, isn't he? Thank-you so much for posting this heart warming moment, and for joining in again this month.

scrappyjacky said...

I'm sure it will melt Santa's heart as well!!

Julie Kirk said...

I just love that he did the 'PTO' so he could fit on those delightful polite and thoughtful words on the reverse. Just lovely.

Excaliburrisc said...

Lovely moment! Thanks for sharing this.

Excaliburrisc said...

Lovely moment! Thanks for sharing this.

Louise said...

ahhh...bless. A lovely moment x

S said...

What a charming letter writer you have there!

Becky said...

How wonderful!

Beverly said...

indeed, no words needed on your end. A treasure, the letter and the writer :)

Cris AdF said...

Ohhh! it's so cute!
cris
lalchimisteartisane.blogspot.com

Maria Ontiveros said...

Very sweet!
Rinda

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