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« A Mad Tea Party | Main | Happy New Year! »

December 19, 2008

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Marcie

Wow, I must put this on my places to visit list! Thank you Selia.
Marcie

Tiffany

Oh wow, What gorgeous photos {Gothic buildings/churches one of my many favorite things!}.....stunning!
And what a beautiful photo of you, your sweet hubby and Bella :)

Maryjane

Wishing you a wonderful year filled with blessings!

Hugs,
Maryjane

Tracey McBride

Dear Selia...how lovely, lovely, lovely...and so very kind of you to share this experience (via words and photos) with us. The church is amazing, and your description of the light filtering in brought it to life. Thank you so much. Have a blessed New Year.
Warmly,
Tracey

Kay Flynn-The Wrought Iron Gate

Selia,
I've just discovered your blog and look forward to visiting again. Your photos of Sewanee are lovely. I'm a Tn. resident as well, and I've experienced much of the bounty that "The Plateau" has to offer. I'm a High Point fan also. My hubby and I love hiking through The Big South Fork, and everyone should see the town of Rugby.
Best wishes for a happy, healthy New Year.
Kay

Madai ( WrenCottage on flick'r )

Oh Selia,
What a beautiful and spiritual place to visit... I can only dream of how lovely the singing must have been, probably sent chills up and down your arms...what a lovely way to celebrate the season... the meal sounds perfect too, yummm... and I love the picture of you and your love, what a beautiful pair you make! And your quote from the diary goes perfect with your lovely photos!

Blessings to you and yours!
xoxo ~ Madai

Lady Laurie

Dear Selia,
How lovely! The chapel does look like something found in Europe. Thank you for sharing such lovely photos.
I hope you are feeling better, its no fun being sick at Christmas. My daughter is just now gettting over the flu.
Merry Christmas to you and yours!!
Hugs))

Charlene

Oh Selia, All Saints was so beautiful. Thank you for sharing. You almost painted a picture with your words. I would love to visit there some Christmas. We do Christmas here at home every other year... maybe I can talk sweetie into doing this one year! :) And the dinner sounded heavenly too. You are so photogenic... every photo I see of you is beautiful. Happy Holidays

Eli

The chapel looks wonderful Selia. I couldn't believe it was in Tennessee. You are right, it could be Oxford, England. The Service sounded very evocative. I adore church music of all kinds. Wishing you and yours a happy and peaceful Christmas. Eli

Lori

What a wonderful event that must be. I've never had the pleasure of listening to a choir in such a large chapel, it must sound so beautiful!

My grandfather once brought Al Capone home for dinner {1930ish}, my grandparents lived in Florida and my grandfather was a mechanic of sorts...I guess he was working on his car that evening. Anyhow, my dad still talks about it to this day.

Hope you have a great weekend!

Paula Whitaker Whisenant

What beautiful photographs of Sewanee! All Saints' always looks so lovely in her Christmas dress. I'm so glad you had such a nice weekend on the Mountain! ~Paula

StorybookWoods

I keep thinking i live in the wrong part of the country. You go to the most beautiful places. Just stunning xoxoxo CLarice

Paula

Dearest Selia,

Thank you for sharing these beautiful photos! I can imagine how wonderful the ceremony was and the hymn singing! The chapel is breathtaking. I love the stained glass and fresh greenery. The restaurant is beautiful and has quite the history! Your dinner sounds so delicious. I love the 400 year old oak tree, that is amazing!

You and your husband make a very handsome couple indeed! You are so very beautiful! Bella is just adorable, and I am sure she enjoyed the trip. The cabin looks lovely. I am so glad you had such a wonderful time!

I am always so blessed by my visits with you. I enjoy your lovely blog so much. You write beautifully and your photos are beautiful. Thank you for all you share. The excerpt from the diary is lovely too!

Love and blessings to you sweet friend! Have a lovely weekend,
Paula

LuLu Kellogg

Dearest Selia:

These photos are just amazing. What a fabulous trip this was. Thank you so much for sharing the beauty of this wonderful place :)

Happy Holidays from our home to yours,
LuLu~*xoxo

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