Tuesday, December 9, 2008

waiting on you

solo post tonight - iphone pics
The decorations are coming along but I'm waiting on you to finish it up. The wreath needs fresh lemons and the tree needs lights and decorations, of course. (I'll get the lights up before you get here Sunday because I know you don't like that part). I think I got a good tree - look it's not even shedding - remember last year's tree? It smells so good and so far it doesn't seem as though kodi is bothering the tree - at least not when I'm home.      See you soon.
Listening to: We Need A Little Christmas - The New Christy Minstrels
Are you waiting on a special someone to come home this Christmas?


vanessaann said...

hey! you were the winner of my give away! sorry to post this in a comment, but i didn't see a link for your email! if you could message me your address that would be amazing!

bermudabluez said...

Thank you!!!! I absolutely love your work!!! Received my package today and it is just stunning....many, many thanks and happy holidays!!!

Susanna-Cole said...

Oh I love decorating the house for Chritmas! :) And the picture on the right, how clever to use a sled like a Christmas tree stand, looks beautiful!

And thank you so much for your lovely comment! <3 To answer your question, I'm not too new to the blogging community, started my blog this May, though I didn't really start blogging until September, so I guess I'm still semi-new. ;)

I think it's so lovely that this is a mother daughter blog, I'd never seen one before this, but I think it's such a sweet idea! :)


ELK said...

you know i am ..9 days still....
is that a sled tree holder?

Donna said...

The sled is fantastic and the tree looks marvelous. I can almost smell it fom here!

Jaime said...

I love the sled! I have never seen anything quite like that, holding up a Christmas tree. How wonderful!

Relyn said...

Oh my gosh!! Did you make the sled tree stand thing? If not, where did you get it. I LOVE it!!


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