Welcome to my home, here in Middle England! I came home from school today, and, after a diabolical working day, decided to make biscuits. Cookies to you all in the States. I would show you my kitchen, but the debris from the baking session is beyond belief and I am more interested in chatting to you all than in clearing the mess.
This is in my kitchen/family room, and I love the little tree and the fibreoptic lights. They change colour, and together with the garlands and lights on the rafters (which you can sort of see in a previous post) it makes the room really festive. Please note the Christmas apron hanging from the doorknob.
This is one of the reindeer corners of the lounge......
This is the door to the lounge with the snowman wreath on it. I put the cards on the doors, as they are all glass panes.
And this is the Advent candle wreath, which we light on each Sunday in Advent, at the same time as my sister in Switzerland.
And this is the snowman, which my sister bought me just after the Inquest. When I asked her what on earth I was going to do with a life size snowman, she said... Hey, Linds....every morning when you walk down stairs and see him, he will make you smile. And he certainly does just that. He started small, and is looking out the window, and every day, he "grows" a little..... I pull him up each day.
And this is how tall he will get by Christmas morning. The babes think he is wonderful!
Here he is with his friend, Rudolph, who has grown as well.
And here is my little nativity scene, which I love.
Looking at the photos, my home seems to have been invaded by snowmen, reindeer and penguins.... all sorts of animals. And even though I have no small children in residence, I have to say I love it all.
Thanks for visiting, and I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas!