We Have CHRISTMAS!

     I can’t believe it.  Not only is it the season of love and giving, but I am in a house designed to decorate.  I love my new home.  I’ve always wanted to have the kind of stairs that lent themselves to being decorated for Christmas.  And guess what?  Here it is!
     But that’s not all.  Lookie!  My good hubby-buddy came up with this idea.  Isn’t that just the cutest thing you ever saw?  A whole stack of teddybears.  Well, two teddybears, a puppy and a very large mouse.  I’m sitting here with my jaw wide open, amazed that hubby-buddy thought up something so special just for me.  Isn’t he a cutie?  I’m seriously considering keeping him around for awhile.  What a dude!
     Wanna’ see more?  Not a problem.  Take a gander at this.  Do you like it?  Isn’t the backdrop of the tree just perfect?  I am just giddy over having it in a Bay Window area with a beautifully cut-glass window behind it.  And guess what else?  Houses!!!  They have little blinking lights in the windows.  How cool is that?  I’ll have a picture of those, tomorrow.
     Now, don’t go ‘way, yet.  There’s still more.  Do you like the velvet bow on the front door?  You should have seen it yesterday when the wind fought hard to take her away from me.  But my pretty bow hung on as if her life depended on it.  Bless her little heart.  And we ain’t done, yet.  Give us a couple of days and we’ll have even more sparkle and shine; not a lot, but I’ll be ready to show it off.  Will I see you then?
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6 thoughts on “We Have CHRISTMAS!

  1. Hi Marilyn,Welcome to my corner of Bloggetyville. Thanks for stopping by. Did you have some cookies and hot cocoa while you were here?Yes, I think hubby must be peeking at some of the beautiful decorations around the blogs. I wonder if he is looking over my shoulder while cruise around the internet? ~ Yaya

  2. It’s best to find a focal point in the room to work with as a cornerstone for the rest of the design, something like the tabletop water fountain. For many rooms this is the TV or a seating area. If you want that to be your main focus that all furniture pieces should point in that direction. Instead of a TV, consider making a fireplace or window the focal point if it’s available. Keep up the great work and please stop by my church furniture site sometime. Keep it up..

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