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26 December 2012



Dear Tara, thank you for this beautiful journey through your world at Christmastime. I love seeing how different countries decorate for the holidays -- what do the shops look like, and the town squares and the houses -- you filled that desire and so much more. I smiled at so very many photos, but none made me happier than the one where Jordana and her friend smiled back at me. Truly, that is what Christmas is all about -- being with people you love and finding the beauty wherever you are.

I've much to be thankful for in 2012, too -- and you know already that part of that is for you and David. Happy 2013 -- may be it be glorious!


Happy christmas to you lovely lady. Hoping you have had a magical time


Blessings and much love to you and yours.
I loved all of your photographs and everything you share.
Love Jeanne

May 2013 sparkle and shine for us all.
Love Jeanne


Oops, Marken not Merken. Also loved Delft too. Hope to have an opportunity to see these lovely places in 2013.


Oh I loved seeing the holiday decorations from your part of the world. I could just imagine walking through Merken or by the canal and seeing the twinkling lights or trees festive in their decorations. Let us pray for a fresh year in 2013 with less darkness and more light.


This was magical, Tara. What a big year it has been for both of us, full of transitions and the making and leaving of homes. Stunning photographs, full of promise. I hope you had the merriest of Christmases!

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