I have vowed to not buy anything new for Christmas decorating this year.
I am shopping at home and it's amazing how much fun it is just to use what you have and use it a different way. The evergreen is off our tree in the yard. Absolutely free and beautiful.
and I have changed my center-piece again. I'm a woman...I can do that.
I think this one is my favorite. I'm using some of my china this year.
I left the top plate for Christmas candy.
I'm keeping it very simple.
You didn't think she wasn't here, did ya?
Audrey likes when I change things up.
I'll be baking pumpkin loaves and muffins this week for the freezer.
These are a big hit over Christmas.
The old cabinet left today and will now hold my daughter's china.
I'm happy I didn't have to sell it. I wanted to pass it down.
The town is looking very festive now. On the day of the parade everyone decorates the outside of their home. I'm going to show you in a later post how beautiful our town looks right now. It is
'lit up like a Christmas tree' downtown.
I came across this photo taken last Christmas of our handsome Mr. Ed. sitting with our kitchen tree.
I just love this old man.
Looks like Audrey is already bored with decorating.
It's time to get out the cat toys.
I said "farewell" to Dominique today but she is booked in again soon so I will be able to give her a big Christmas hug.
She is such a darling cat.
I think Santa needs to leave her a little red mouse. ;-)