Our Christmas décor is not the expected holiday formality, it’s definitely nothing fancy, I basically decorate with things that have been in the family for years, and I look around the house and try to find inspiration for my own Christmas scheme.
Real greenery is rather expensive, so I always add a few cuttings from the yard.
If you like mulled cider, you must try this wonderful Cranberry and Apple mulled cider. I found the recipe here at the Inspired Room. This cider is not only delicious, but it smells heavenly too…just like Christmas, put on some Christmas music….. you will be in the Christmas spirit in no time!
While visiting Lake Tahoe this summer, I brought back a few pine cones. I believe they have the largest pine cones, especially compared to ours, that I have ever seen. I only wish I had room to bring back more….love decorating with pine cones.
I found two things when I was cleaning the book cases, an old book about Notre Dame, of which, I added my Rosary that I purchased there several years ago and…..
an old Hymnal that belonged to my husband’s grandmother. She also signed her name inside the cover, along with the date of 1929.
I bet you can’t guess which one is my favorite! I tried to get a shot of our tree, but due to the all the rain and dark grey skies,
I had somewhat of a problem…
My beloved red books…
This old brass bowl has been around for as long as I can remember, I just added some fresh greenery and beads.
It’s time to get the Christmas cards in the mail, and since I have several more to go…..I guess I should get busy.
“Take care of all your memories….For you cannot relive them.” -Bob Dylan
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I hope you have a great week!
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