Thursday, December 15, 2011

Enjoying The Season

little by little.........
I am getting things done......................

Tree is finally up,
well it was UP, but now it is decorated!!



The only new ornaments I got this year were
these handpainted gourds.



OK, that's done
Next the fun part........baking!!
How about you?
Are you ready?



17 comments:

  1. Ready??? In between a new job, a trip to Palo Alto, snow, and several gatherings....NO! I must say, your tree and decorations look great - love your Mary's! Thanks for helping to get me motivated!

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  2. Are you kidding?
    The only decorations I have up are the cards that keep coming in the mail. Thank goodness tomorrow is the last day of school. I still have my class on Sunday, but then I am done and can begin preparing for the holiday. Better late than never, right?

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  3. Such beautiful ornaments! You have a lovely tree! Cathy

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  4. hahahha...am I ready? Nope...but thats ok..trying to get things finished before kids get out of school so we can spend time baking...yum yum.Your tree looks beautiful..especially love the feather!! Hugs,Cat

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  5. No ready ... not even almost ready... lol ...
    And I love your tree...the ornaments are gorgeous!

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  6. You home looks divine. Merry Christmas, Richard from My Old Historic House.

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  7. I haven't put up a tree in years, but my daughter has a pink skinny tree covered in glittered skeletons...love the feathers on yours, so native looking!
    xoxo...s

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  8. Beautiful tree...I love those painted gourds!! and the cooking starts this week!! :)

    Merry Christmas!!

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  9. I am not sure what "ready" is, but I love your tree - the feathers, the gourds.....and I love your reader's comment about the pink tree with the glitter skeletons!! Merry Christmas Gayle!!

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  10. Your tree looks fantastic!
    Sending warm wishes to you and your family for a wonderful Christmas and much health and happiness for 2012.

    Gaby xo

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  11. wow....how utterly divine....loving your gorgeous tree....am opening the creme de menthe and the Ferrero Rocher and giving up now....happy christmas!!

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  12. Merry christmas Gayle, I hope that this day is of the happiest for you and your family!

    Beautiful day

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  13. I Love how you decorated your Tree with some beautiful Natural elements with Native American flair!

    Thanks for stopping by and saying Hi during the busy Holiday Season... I Hope your Christmas was wonderful and Enchanting and that the New Year brings many Blessings and Happy Memories.

    Happy New Year from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian

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  14. Wishing you a happy New Year. I love the painted gourd.

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  15. Gayle, Your Tree looks Gorgous. Native American is right on . I'm catching up with blogger friends. Hope your Christmas was heavenly.

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  16. Great post.
    Happy New year!

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