our home this year, even though we really won’t be here to enjoy it
that long. But, I feel it’s the “neighborly” thing to do.
Almost all of our neighbors decorate their homes, and it’s
not unusual to see a stream of cars driving through the neighborhood most nights.
outdoor Christmas decorating?
lights up a few days before Thanksgiving.
It takes us the better part of a day, and it’s the one task that
Mr. Grits feels like he has total control over. 🙂
extension cords, I get a little brain-tied.
The shot above is from Country Woman Magazine, where I
was featured in last year’s Special Christmas Edition.
(I will share those pics later this week.)
The tall, boxwood topiaries are a staple on our porch that
get updated with each Holiday. The white rockers get switched
out occasionally with brown rattan chairs. But, basically I
just “add to” the elements already there.
I just love this rusted urn filled to the brim with
evergreens and pinecones. Gives new meaning to
“my urn runneth over.” 🙂
As you might have noticed from my own front porch above,
I also have a beautiful pair of vintage ice skates. They’re so versatile – whether you create a wreath or hang them from an antique sled as I did.