Tuesday, December 6, 2011

i can dream, can't i?


I'm dreaming of a white Christmas,
Just like the ones I used to know,
Where the tree tops glisten
And children listen
To hear sleighbells in the snow...
~Irving Berlin

14 comments:

Francesca said...

Christmas feels more christmassy in colder climates, but the spirit of it can be everywhere!

Emily said...

Winter in glass. It's as close to snow as we'll get.

Nancy said...

Yes. By all means, dream. And, yes, in answer to your question at my place followers keep disappearing. All my gadgets seem wonky. My blogroll has disappeared several times (favorites I have listed on my sidebar) and I keep having to rebuild it. I'm working on migrating to Wordpress soon.

Keep dreaming, Leslie.

lilylovekin said...

This song always reminds me of my childhood where the winters were whiter than white.

ayala said...

Never stop dreaming.
:)

S. Etole said...

Never lose the dream in your heart.

jane said...

you never know. ;)
x

Loree said...

Dream on Leslie. Dreaming enriches our soul.

Elizabeth said...

Yes. Clearness. Freedom from pain and suffering. May these not be just dreams but your everyday.

becky said...

watched my first Christmas show of the season...michael buble singing Irving Berlin's oldie but goodie :)

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

goodness, yes. please dream.
i think i hear crosby's voice vibrating...?
n♥

Jodi said...

You and Joy both! :)

Catfish Tales said...

A very pretty Christmas tree ornament. I'll take that over actual snow, slippery sidewalks, slushy bike lanes and red runny noses!

beth said...

i'll take pictures of ours when our snow arrives, so that you won't miss it too terribly :)
xo