Sunday, December 14, 2014

Christmas In Da House!! December 2014


Flowers Christmas Trees In The House!

This is a brilliant idea. Diane from Denver thought of it, told Jen, who suggested it to me.

I'll leave this it up all week (of course) then you can link at your leisure.

No words necessary if you're really busy and who among us isn't?

But if you want to tell a story, we're all ears.

And if you include an animal with your tree.....


an extra shot of brandy in your eggnog.


 

19 comments:

  1. Jane:
    Feels like old times partying at your place!

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  2. Such a well behaved looking cat (deceptive at times, aren't they?)

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  3. Great idea. Fun enough to get me to actually to post something. .. later in the week.

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  4. House painting = no tree yet:(

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  5. Ok, I did it, but in my hurry-up I posted it on my old garden blog. I connected to that one. Sorry.

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  6. Oh hey, thanks for picking up on it, Jane. I'm not set up to do the linky widgety thingie, so please just picture a bare-branchec Linden tree, maybe 5' high out front in my tiny townhouse "yard," decked out with fresh-cut juniper & blue spruce branches, a few old gold ornaments with red ties and some holly from a neighbor's yard that I tend.

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  7. Sorry for the typos and I am looking forward to seeing all the trees posted here. My little Linden, adorned as above, looked so cute with 2-3" of fresh snow on it yesterday.
    Pbwy, dear Jane and all,
    Diane in Denver

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  8. I'm assuming the last picture was taken just before your cat worked over the Christmas tree!

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    1. It's still standing, I know not how.

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  9. I love how sparkly your tree is!

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  10. Brilliant! Thanks Diane via Jen via Jane!! No kitties but I have trees... Post tomorrow for sure!!

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  11. Hooray for a Christmas version of Flowers in the House and a great idea for a doable blog post for me right now. :o) Merry Christmas to you and your furry friends, from me and mine. xo

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  12. Thank you, Susan. It just struck me as a logical idea since, after all, most of our holiday trees are, indeed, IN the house. Looking forward to seeing yours, soon.
    Cheers,
    Diane in chilly
    but still Sunny Denver

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  13. I love to see everyone's FITH-and Xmas trees? Even better :)
    Be fun to have a FB group or something...

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  14. Yikes, just came back to check everybody else out and noticed I hadn't commented! Well shame on me and my feeble mind. Merry Christmas dear Jane, you throw the best parties!

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  16. Oh drat - no Christmas tree in this house! I wonder if my Christmas mantelpiece will do instead? The one that (due to a little holiday in Portugal - yes, Jane, you MUST go there!) got thrown together late, looks dreadful, although I can't quite say why, and must be redone, and whose tiny lights decided to fail in patches, after working perfectly when I took them out of the box and arranged them carefully around ribbons, candles, and ivy strands.... But maybe Portugal photos will have to do do instead. Or the single miniature iris now flowering in the sea of mud that is the garden? Whatever, your tree looks great!

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