Come on in, and enjoy looking all through the house.
The entryway highlights what we celebrate at Christmas: the birth of the God-man, born in a stable, laid in a manger, but worshipped by angels, shepherds, and wise men.
The dining room table holds a bowl of gold balls and holly, red-ribboned pheasants, and candles.
The sideboard displays the Charles Dickens' village.
The library, where we spend the most time in the winter, features a feather tree and
Just off the library in the master bedroom, a Christmas quilt is featured during the month of December.
Its red blossoms remind us that our Savior was born to die that we might live.