December 8, 2020

Hello And Life Updates!

 


Hello my dear ones!

My goodness has time flown since my last post. Life has been busy, busy, busy. So let me catch you all up....

It's finally gotten cold here in my part of South Carolina. Well, what we consider cold. Todays high was forty six degrees and I am loving the colder weather. Tonight we will be having our first fire in the fireplace. I really do live in the wrong part of the country. I belong in Colorado or somewhere out west where it's cold most of the year. 



Like most we are transitioning from one season to the next. Out with Fall (which I wish lasted longer here) onto Christmas.




There's been lots of cooking going on and cleaning of dishes, pots and pans.


 There's been decorating and gift wrapping.




I wasn't going to put up a Christmas tree this year. I had to go out and buy a new one last year because the one we had was over fifteen years old and it was just really sad looking. I don't know what I was thinking last year but I bought a six foot, flocked tree and it was beautiful but it was also HUGE in my living room and I had to move furniture etc. I really didn't feel like going through all that again this year. Well, I changed my mind the other day. I was at Wal-Mart and they had a cute four foot, pre-lit tree on sale for twenty five dollars so I grabbed it and I am glad I did. It's just me, Lou and the dogs. We don't know need a huge tree anymore. this one fits perfectly, I didn't have to move any furniture except one small table and I think it looks nice. It didn't fit all my ornaments but it did have all the room for the ones that are special too me so, I am pleased.


What are you doing this Christmas season? Are you decorating? Have you begin shopping? I'd love to know..

This post has gotten quite lengthy so I will share with you some life updates in my next post....

Be blessed by God my dear ones..



5 comments:

  1. A tree is nice but we gave up large ones some years ago. Our tree is also a prelit smaller tree like yours and I love it. One thing I always hated was that big tree we used to get, shedding needles and making more work. I also put up a few things on the wall that I found at Dollar Tree--a couple shiny reindeer and Christmas flowers.

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  2. It's just me and Pogo so we have a little tree too. It's called a four footer, but it's really only about three feet tall. Just right for us. Your tree looks wonderful. You have a super day, hugs, Edna B.

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  3. Well I just love that little tree.

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  4. Everythingn looks so festive. Love your kitchen towels on the stove. Lots of cooking means lots of dirty dishes, but oh, the good smells and tastes. Merry Christmas.

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  5. Sweet tree! Sure like the black and white check ribbon. I have decorated for Christmas, probably the most I have in a long time. Tree was up before Thanksgiving. I needed Christmas cheer early!!!

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