Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas

Thanks for sharing some of the holiday season with me this year.
It has been memorable. Below are some photos I've shared this month, along with a video tour of the house.

In the sunporch I have three lighted trees this year. The full size one is the Santa tree. When I sit in that chair I can see the main tree in the living room.

It was inspired by this ornament...

To the left of the santa tree in the sunporch is the red and white tree...

This Santa is on the writing desk beside the red tree.

On the other side of the sunporch, in front of the piano, is the pink and green tree.

Under the living room tree, the main tree is where I have all the presents.

There's a theme every year. This year's blue, purple, silver and white was inspired by a ribbon.

The tree looks different exposed for the lights.

Also in the living room I have the copper and gold tree.

In the dining room this year I have a white tree with blue, silver and crystal ornaments.

Beside this tree, on a chest, I have some of my Santas.

I also have this tree in the dining room...

And near it two of my favorite Santas...

This is right behind the table, where I spread out the goodies when I had my open house Saturday night. I love to bake, so I cooked up a number of sweets.

If you want to see it all in context, I took some video. Just click on the arrow and it will play automatically for you.

Greg took some photos of folks Saturday night. Some included Ace Jackalope.

Thanks for being part of my holiday season this year. Merry Christmas to you and yours. If you're enjoying a big family celebration, or gathering with friends, or appreciating the beauty of solitude this Christmas, may it be all you wish it to be and full of wonder. Happy Christmas to All.

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Anonymous said...

You should change the name of the blog to Patsy's Tree's Ponderings.

Only 364 days 'till Christmas!

Patsy Terrell said...

And I'm already behind after not being able to go shopping today!