Here are a few pics I snapped last week of a few bits of Christmas. Another Christmasy red and green sampler.
I love red transferware and, in fact, our everyday dishes are a collection of many different patterns...all red, of course.
I found this early white German Belsnickle this year. He still holds his original little feather tree...and he has a bit of sparkle to him.
An early Santa ornament having a chat with one of his reindeer.
I posted yesterday from Ft. Lauderdale but it disappeared...those black holes are following me.
It looks windy with menacing clouds from our balcony this a.m..
It will look more like this as the day goes on...not a bad view!
Annie loves the t.v. in the bathroom. This is not the first time we have stayed in a hotel with a t.v. in the bathroom. We are getting to be hopelessly connected to technology as a society. I admit I have a little t.v. on my kitchen counter...but the bathroom? I don't think so!
The gingerbread boat in the lobby is not nearly as impressive as the one in Amelia Island...but they have a bowl full of gingerbread next to it, and you can help yourself to a taste.
Charlie, like the rest of us, likes the "cold sheets" and the view...but he can't wait to get back home!
The "bug" I had last week...thank you for the all well wishes...threw me way off schedule as far as decorating goes and I don't think I can catch up at this point. I have decided I'd rather spend the remaining days before Christmas doing other things. Annie and I will be making cookies, and wrapping, and just enjoying the season. Sometimes you just have to recognize you can only do so much...and mine is done.
Hope you are all taking time to enjoy the season!
Enjoy the day,