December 23, 2010

Festive hearts



My door bell decoration has a tiny heart.

Writing Christmas cards to my family and friends, I've noticed this golden cute heart.



My Korean friend gave me this card last night. Totally unexpected. When I saw it, tears came down. It's an awesome card. She is an awesome person. There two hearts on the cards. She did all the drawing. Thank you, thank you so much, K.J.

This is some kind of plastic flier for downloading songs.
The other day I found it and thought it would be perfect for the Heart day. So romantic, huh?

Some of the presents I got from my Korean friend.

Since Macedonian people (the majority) are Orthodox Christian, we celebrate Christmas on 7th January. So, I'll have one more Christmas post in two weeks.

However, MERRY CHRISTMAS to you all.
Have a Christmas full of hearts.
Have a wonderful time with the loved ones.


Visit
Guest Heart Thursday
to see more amazing hearts.

4 comments:

Beth Niquette said...

Oh, Dani--these are lovely. It is so great to actually know my Sister's "twin!" Merry Christmas, my dear. ((hugs))

Inger-M said...

So many lovely hearts!
Happy Christmas :-)

Clytie said...

I love your Christmas hearts, Dani. How wonderful to celebrate in January - I wish the season of loving and giving would last all year!

Your Korean friend is awesome. I really truly love the card - I can see why it made you cry!

LauraX said...

so many lovely hearts! brightest blessings to you Dani!