Sunday, November 27, 2011

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...

I hope you all had a very blessed Thanksgiving holiday. We enjoyed our Thanksgiving at Stevie's parent's home. Everything was delicious. We enjoyed spending the day with them. We have many things to be thankful for.


Afterwards, we came home and I decorated a little bit in the kitchen. I decided to put out some of our Christmas dishes. Stevie moved my hutch that was in the dining room to the kitchen for me. Then he moved the one I painted white into the dining room. We're always moving things around here. :)



This is one of my favorite Christmas plates. I love the fireplace scene....looks so warm and cozy.





I've had these dishes for years. I love the Christmas trees on them. They go so well with my white dishes.





The hutch looks good in the kitchen too. He bought it for me a few Christmases ago. This is the only decorating that we've done so far. I've been trying to re-coup from Black Friday. I worked 12 long hours and it just about got me this year. He put the tree up for me but we still have to decorate it.


I'll post pictures as soon as we do. For now I'm just gonna catch up on rest and watch tons of Hallmark Christmas movies. I'm trying to take it slow this year and really enjoy everything.



Hugs to you,


2 comments:

Sares said...

That's the good thing about the fake trees, they can wait around for you to get to them and you don't have to worry about them drying up and losing needles.
The hutch looks great with the dishes in it. The red really makes it pop. Happy Holidays to you Lee Laurie!

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Lee Laurie,
Oh I just love the hutch in black with the dishes it is stunning. I had to smile when you said you are moving things around all the time. We do the same thing here. LOL
I agree with you about enjoying the season and taking time to relax and not rush around. Your home is always a beautiful inspiration.

So nice to see you. Glad you had a nice Thanksgiving. Have a great weekend and see you again soon.
Hugs, Celestina Marie