I thought I would try one of them there Wordless Wednesdays. For one reason, Steven and I have to get our Christmas cards written tonight, so I can’t sit here with the computer on my lap pondering what to say. Of course, being me, it will not be entirely wordless. I enjoy words far too much for that. But I took a few pictures of our Christmas decorations I would like to share.
“Jolly good tree, don’t you think, m’dear?”
My Mom and Dad gave me this fiber optic tree some years ago. It is our only tree these days, for reason I believe I explained in an earlier post (and if I didn’t, it’s not that interesting anyways). The cool bears we purchased at Michael’s in August, GA, when I was in the Army, an increasing number of years ago.
Busy, cluttered, a little random… just like my life.
I guess I got kind of a weird angle on this picture, and you can’t really see all our little things very well, but you can get an idea of the fun surrounding our CD player. On this CD player, each year I attempt to listen to every one of our Christmas CDs, including as well as a wide variety of music, a couple of versions of A Christmas Carol. I usually miss a few. We have a large collection (who, us, go overboard? Say it ain’t so!).
This is not all our DVDs and videos either.
I randomly hung the Christmas trees up, and Steven added the stocking. The stocking belonged first to Tabby, then to Spunky. If we ever get another dog, it will be his or hers. The Christmas trees are an invention of mine, a kind of a granny triangle (regular readers may recall that the only thing I know how to crochet is a granny square). I’ve been making them for years, sometimes as individual ornaments, sometimes as garlands like this one.
Well will you look at that? I am over 300 words. Wordless Wednesday indeed! I can’t do anything right!