Friday, December 21, 2012

Corning firemen, plus one son, man The Salvation Army Christmas Kettle in Centerway Square.

A northside Christmas tree, near the Corning Senior Center.

“Marble” at Home Again & Closet Treasures on Market Street.

At The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes on Market Street.

Flag at half mast for Sandy Hook Elementary School victims.

If you’re in Bath, New York during the holidays, drive out Haverling Street (which becomes Mitchellsville Road) and look for the most decorated, most lit-up house on the road. No one (in Bath) has more Christmas decorations than Kris Goodrich.

Merry Christmas


  1. Christmas seems to make everything a little more beautiful!
    Merry Christmas to you too!

    1. Today is the day after Christmas and we're beginning to get a true taste of the season with a snowfall. I find snow to be very beautiful, especially in addition to the beautiful holiday colors. Always glad to hear from you, Carine.

  2. Every time I visit I get to know a bit more of your neighbourhood - it's lovely. I'm envious of your snow - frozen rain is so much more attractive than the murkiness of rain filled skies! :)
    Happy holidays to you :)

    1. We've gotten to much snow, Sally! It's wonderful. Of course, I walk everywhere so it's not quite the danger it could be to those driving. I love rain, too, in the spring and summer. Thanks for stopping by.


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