You know, with Roscoe in his antlers . . .
and Zelda in her Santa sweater.
With a dressed-up dining room table . . .
and lots of Christmas cards in the mail!
I love Christmas cards, and although I've totally dropped the ball on sending any this year (Sorry! I've had a few things going on!), every single card I've received has made me smile.
And since smiling is a good thing, I decided to display my cards in a way that would maximize their smile-creating potential. I simply cut pieces of twine, tied them to the curtain rods in my dining room, and attached the cards to the twine with clothespins. Umm, yes, it's that easy. A first grader could do it. No fancy Christmas card display contraption required.
The stockings are hung by the
My ancient plastic Santa is all lit up . . .
That picture made Santa look much larger than he really is. You can get a better idea of his size from this picture.
My tiny gold tinsel tree has been trimmed . . .
with colored lights and old photographs and a string of buttons . . .
as well as my new all-time favorite ornament. Recognize someone special?
Is it beginning to feel a lot like Christmas at your house, too? I sure hope so.