But we are getting there. The decorations have been up since the first day of December,
Don't tell The Scot but there are a few extra Santa lurking here and there.
So welcome to no 21 for the Festive Season. Come in have a cuppa and bite to eat, and please enjoy the decorations.
On the left, a Candlewick wreath I made many moons ago.
the Tree. Somehow it used to be The Scots job to put the lights on, but one year he got so frustrated that he stormed out and I had to do it. Big mistake ...... its always my job now.
Dave, Sam and Gert decorate the TV stand,
This was received in a swap in the early 1990's. Another favourite.
Moving on, looking into the dining room
This Angel wallhanging was another gift from Heater (mentioned above) this has the year 1999 on it. Thanks again Heather.
More 'bling' in the dining room. Measured by me of course.
These are the
favourites Upper Class Santa Group. A couple of new ones this year.
These are the Rebel Santa Group living on the wrong side of town. With the Christmas mugs on the top shelf.
The Bright Sparks .... the Scot insisted I buy these one year when I was very sick. And he changed the length and hung them for me. ummmm note to self must be sick more often.
And my quilt, needed to get this valued as it appeared in a book Anjiis Angles. The value quite made the Scot think ummmm she plays quite well in that sewing room.
Hungry? have a nibble. As there are only two of us nowadays we do Christmas Fare on the smaller side. These are mini Pud/Cakes, try one whilst I pop the kettle on.
Onto the hallway. As seen from the toilet, if you leave the door open.
On the other side opposite the bedroom door. This quilt is also very old. One of the first ones stitched.
And the bedroom. The..... 'I had to have a Christmas Quilt' for the bed. And Christmas Dresdens on the wall. They were made and swapped also quite a few years ago.
My Country Angel Choir. A little faded but the song is still sweet.
Seasons Greetings to All My Readers
the ever patient Scot