Thursday, October 29, 2009
THE WREATHS ARE READY!
More than just a decorative touch for your wall or door, wreaths have existed in various forms since the time of the ancient Romans. Laurie's family has Scandinavian roots and is well-acquainted with St. Lucia who wore a wreath with lighted candles on her head. Candles light
the winter night and are a sign of hope for the future light of spring.
Snow What Fun Wreaths
Much symbolism can be attributed to the Christmas wreath. The shape of a circle has no beginning and no ending. This may represent the eternal nature of God's love or the circle of life. Today, a wreath adds a wonderful decorative touch, both year round and at Christmas
time. It is a sign of faith in humanity and life and of victory over life's challenges. Whether you hang a wreath on the door to welcome visitors or on a wall to complete a room's decor,the splash of color on a cold winter's day is sure to add a feeling of warmth, building excitement for the coming season.