I’ve been decking the halls, tidbits at a time.
This tabletop tree in our foyer was a recent find at a rummage sale that I was delighted to discover for $5 and I finally put lights on it this afternoon.
Also today, I have been out gathering greenery for the family room mantle. We have lots of pines, so that was easy, other than getting ant bit, and I was glad to find a native Holly tree filled with berries to tuck in amongst the pine.
This wreath hangs above an antique upright piano, giving the space a nice glow, which reminds me to tell you about a most amazing rummage sale find from several years ago—a piano, in PERFECT condition for $30! A friend of mine had this upright, and I loved the antique look of it, so we traded pianos. Our husbands were so thrilled...
Am I the only one that gets a tree up and then half a strand of lights suddenly doesn’t work anymore?
Oh well, I’ll think about that tomorrow.
So, back to our day.
When my youngest is left to her own devices to fix herself lunch, I never know just what that might be…
Can you guess what she is making?
Why it’s a “peanut butter and Reese’s Puffs pocket sandwich.” Have you ever heard of such? Me neither.
For some reason, although I can’t imagine why, she decided the pickle on the side didn’t taste too good with it. At least is wasn’t ON it. She declared the sandwich was yummy. I’ll just take her word for it.
Her little “Baby” is trying to get in the Christmas spirit sporting attire from a Boyd’s Bear. (Don’t mind the spaghetti on her little face or the need for a haircut.)
Besides my daughter’s remarkable culinary creations, my budding artist has been in the process of coming up with Christmas funnies to give as cards. Here is her most recent creation:
I am beginning to hear “What’s for supper?,” so off I go, for now.
Thanks for your visit today!