Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
I do so love the Christmas decorations. I love the glitter and glimmer and all the ornaments. I would love my house to sparkle all year but then it would not be quite so special I suppose.Besides snowmen would look sort of silly in JulyHugs Janice
You did good Jo. It looks so pretty and festive and no, I'm not ready yet but can see the light at the end of the tunnel.
Too, too beautiful. I love the wood, plaid & bottle trees. Just absolutely gorgeous! Merry Christmas.
It all looks very festive!The menu is planned, one last grocery trip tomorrow. Still need to wrap the presents, though! haha.... Merry, Merry!
Beautiful Jo! Merry Christmas and God Bless you and your family!
Good job on the silver! Everything looks so nice. I especially like all the greenery you use. -Jenn
Your home is lovely!!!!! How beautifully festive!Not much left to do here. :-) The couple of things, are very doable. So, no stress.Actually my husband has the stress. He is trying to complete the hand carved sign, which he is making for a friend, to give to his father. And not all finishes, etc., dry as fast as one would like. ,-) But he usually has some Christmas project to finish. I think he likes it, that way. -grin-My Celebration starts tonight, with the Eve Of Yule. And continues for the 12 Days of Yule. (Which came before the 12 Days of Christmas.) Wed. is Yule/Winter Solstice. Sat. is Christmas Eve. Sun. is Christmas Day. And onward, to New Years Day. I believe in making a lovely and magical Season, laaaaaaast! :-)))May you fully enjoy your Christmas Season, with your preparations done!Luna Crone
Yes and the main shop is tomorrow. Sainsbury's is so busy right now, but we have to do it. Your home is looking beautiful again. This year we bought a deer too and he is sitting proudly on the windowsill.
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