Friday, December 25, 2015

Merry Christmas!

Thank you for your inspiration and encouragement to continue blogging. You are the best friend I've never met!




Last evening we had dinner with our dearest friends in their home. I wore a red sweater from Foxcroft. The necklace and vest are old from Chico's. The leggings are from Body Language by Connie. The booties are by Calvin Klein via Saks Off 5th.




Today I will be preparing Christmas dinner for my family and Mr. Mickey.

I wish for you a closet full of everything you need, lots of fresh fruits and veggies in your fridge and all the love your heart can hold.



Merry Christmas!



Thank you for joining us on this wonderful journey through midlife and beyond. The second fifty years are truly the best!


Susan Street is the President of VintageJewelrySupplies.com.


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14 comments:

Lynn Marsh said...

Merry Christmas Susan! Enjoy the day with Mr. Micky and your family. Peace and Joy!

Harold Ellebracht said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours and looking forward to a Happy Healthy New Year of your terrific blog posts!
Nancy

une femme said...

Merry Christmas, Susan! Hope you have a splendid day.

Ann said...

Merry Christmas also to my best friend I've never met! Thanks for the inspiration for a healthy, beautiful New Year! ~Ann

Jan Maier said...

I hope you're enjoying a wonderful day! Merry Christmas!

Diane Tough said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family. This time of year reminds us to be kind to one another, and grateful for all the 'gifts' in our lives we can some time take for granted. Thanks for your continued inspiration and fun that your blog provides us all.

rosary said...

What would a vegan make for Christmas dinner? Please share!

emmapeelDallas said...

I hope you and Mr. Mickey had a wonderful Christmas!

Susan Street said...

Rosary, I made dinner for my family so I made what they love (that I know how to cook). We had slow simmered corned beef brisket, rustic mashed Yukon Gold potatoes, boiled cabbage and rye bread. For dessert, I made my great-grandmother's recipe for peach cobbler served warm with vanilla bean ice cream on top. I didn't eat the beef, but I enjoyed everything else. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas as well.

mercedes said...

Feliz Navidad Susan !! I enjoy your blog a lot !! You know how to make things simple but very chic. Mercedes

Della said...

Merry Christmas! You look beautiful. I am curious about your style of home decorating. Your clothing style seems to be classic with a edgy touch. Your home seems to be classic and traditional...just wondering if you have any edgy touches in your home?

rosary said...

Thank you, Susan! Ignore today's comments (12/6/15)

Susan Street said...

Della, I haven't yet added anything yet, but I am searching for some oversized modern art that speaks to me. That's a start to updating my interior design style, but I will always be most comfortable in mostly classic traditional surroundings. When I see modern decor, it always seems to me as if the owners haven't moved in yet.

Margot said...

Beautiful necklace again !!! and beautifuly set Christmas table . If you have a moment, you can visit me at my blog - www.iameverywoman.eu - it's in polish, but maybe you will like my clothes ideas ;) Happy New Year - Margot