November 29, 2013

Seasonal Snippets 1

Captain Poolie and her sister Mia attentively listening to their guests over a Thanksgiving meal.

The Great Geezer and his vastly overweight M.

Home for a quiet time, then we took down to Christmas boxes.

There are all sorts of animals that I haven’t seen for all the years we decorated in blue or red.  Lots of cats….ceramic, felt, or even metal.  It was so much fun to rediscover them.


I was amazed at all the critters and characters we had to put on our tiny tree.  When I get all the stuffed animals out, I bet I feel even more amazed.  This idea of George's for a Character Christmas Tree is a very good one.

12 comments:

  1. What nice ornaments, Mage. I plan to decorate my artificial tree today. Looking forward to having a nice time with hubby.

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  2. The tree is certainly taking shape.

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  3. I had a lovely time with you guys. It was all lovely!

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  4. It looks all cozy and snug. I like the two portrait photos.

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  5. I love your cats. I love old ornaments. I gave most of mine to my daughter. I visit her at Christmas to see them.

    Poolie looks thoughtful o is it pensive?

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  6. Great to see your ornaments, I imagine they bring up all kinds of memories. Tis the season...

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  7. You remind me I need to get out my tiny tree and decorate it. But not today. I've had people here all day and all I now want to do is sit, with my feet stretched out in front of me.
    I love your ornaments!

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  8. I gave away all the ornaments to the kids when they were finally settled and get to the nostalgia when I visit them over the holidays. My tree now is far less nostalgic and far more artistic and red and gold (red is a color I love, you will remember).

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  9. So beautiful, Mage. You've got me into the spirit. We'll put up our tree tomorrow. Your photos are always so fabulous, they sparkle.

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  10. Katren...In ConclusionDecember 1, 2013 at 12:12 PM

    Your trees, of late years, are all artistic and lovely, but I think that I like this one best. A tree full of gee-gaws and laughter and good memories and amazing discoveries is just right for Christmas.

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