As the clock slowly moves closer to Christmas Eve and the smell of baking fills the air, I’d like to say a big thank you to everyone for making the time throughout the year to visit with me here. I am so very grateful!
Here’s to a very happy and healthy 2019!
This plush little blushing Santa is so very colorful in his suit of pink, blue and green. He was bought when we unexpectedly found ourselves in Australia for Christmas, celebrating another two, before moving to Canada.
Our belongings had been packed up months earlier for transporting to Canada. Then came the GFC, postponing our move. Christmas was in two weeks, decorations were needed. It would be four months before our belongings returned to us.
Don’t you just love this unicorn we picked up last month at the local Christmas Craft Fair? It is so, so cute. Every time I walk past our ornament tree I can’t help but smile at it.
Lock is the One Word Photo Challenge from Tourmaline this week.
This is Herbert. I’d popped into the grocery store last month to simply pick up some milk and came away with Herbert. Herbert being the name the woman behind me in line named him. It stuck. He looks like a Herbert.
Herbert really is rockin’ the rustic vibe with all those pine-cones, twigs and burlap. His facial expression though for me is priceless. He really does appear to be quite shocked at being called a Llama.
Llama is the One Word Photo Challenge from Tourmaline this week.
The instant I saw this ornament last year I knew it had to be mine. That tiny scene created within the camera itself spoke volumes to me as so often when I take a photo, it’s as much about the memory of that moment as it is about that one image.
Finding ornaments then for the rest of the family of course took a little longer, especially since mine was so meaningful. Then I dragged them to New York to put them in our stockings, then dragged them home again. The things we do for Christmas!
This is the very first Christmas ornament Hubby and I bought together as couple. That memory alone always makes me smile but then I see those movable legs on the cat and I can’t help but grin!
We’re trying something different this year with our Christmas Tree. This year we have a colour coordinated tree but I have to say, as pretty as it is, the tree with the mismatched ornaments that all tell their own story will always be my favourite!