Tuesday, 18 December 2012

The Christmas Window

I'm now in the Serious Run-Up to Christmas and am fully House-Decorated, Nativity-Play-Attended, Card-Delivered, Christmas- Party-Thrown and have just the annual Wrapathon to attend to this evening. And then, I hope, unless I'm missing something very major {Gah! Where's the tree?!}, these last few days can just be fun and frivolously exciting, as we stir the children into galactic levels of excitement and anticipation. I do wish it was Christmas every day.


When I saw these photos over at Skin and Blister (who is running a brilliant ShareAdvent series that I am simply gobbling up) I just had to email and ask if I could share them with you.
{Thanks, Anna!}


They are taken around the Spitalfields Market area of London.

It was this photo that had me welling up a wee bit.


Isn't that window amazing?

Something about the grittiness of the area, the building and the heavily industrial quality of the architecture contrasts perfectly with this incredible message of hope. Not limited to the rich rulers and intellectual elite, Almighty God came in the form of a vulnerable, tiny, little baby, also for the weak, the tired and the worn-out.

May you have a truly Merry Christmas.


Images via Skin and Blister

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19 comments :

Sweet Posy Dreams said...

Very nice. Thanks for sharing these.

Teresa said...

It shows that beauty can arise any and everywhere - a nice thought for the last days' events.
Thank you for sharing!

Jane Craske said...

I love that window. It's been a pretty emotional last few days.

Brooke said...

LOVE your thoughts at the end of this! That window and it's message are so beautiful! Merry Christmas to you!

Deborah said...

Gorgeous doors and windows :)

Bee happy x

Skin and Blister said...

Wow. You wrote such a beatiful post from these photos. Thank you for sharing these photos, your words make them even more special to me!

Mike & Megan said...

I needed the reminder that love, hope, and grace can be found in the most unexpected places. Thank you, for sharing!

louise said...

Fab post Sarah. The window is beautiful as are the sentiments.

Anne said...

Merry Christmas to you, too, Sarah! I wish you and your family every happiness and success in the new year.

xox

michele said...

christ is born!

love the images and your commentary!

michele

Valerie@chateaualamode.typepad.com said...

I loved that last photo, truly the meaning of Christmas! Thanks for sharing. Enjoy your family.

dornrös*chen living now said...

so amazing! i love london, and these pics are great to look at and to feel the message.thank you!!
a happy christmas for you and your family! the stars may bless you!
kiss from sleeping*beauty♥

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

As always, love your perspective, your Spirit and your faith.
Merry, Merry Christmas friend!
Pat

Pamela Gordon said...

Thank you for sharing this post Sarah. That message speaks volumes. I wish you and your dear family a very blessed Christmas. Pamela

Chatelaine said...

That is a great window with a wonderful message. Another chance how perfect!

Have a fabulous Christmas with the hubby and kiddos.

firstsense said...

Ha, I can just imagine the Christmas excitement in your home at this time, Sarah! :)

Wish you and your family a very happy Christmas and a wonderful new year, my lovely!

Lots of love,
Meera xx

Avalon Cat Cartoons said...

Happy holidays :)

Tayyub Khakan said...

Amazing door and window. so nice
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Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

Dear Sarah,
I've been a bit worried that you haven't posted anything in a while. I wish you and your family the best for the year to come and hope to hear from you soon.
Magali xxx

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