Raise your hand if you're sick of my house at Christmas-- to all who raised they hand I'm sorry. But this is what I'm looking at all day e'r day (except on the days when I have a dr. appt., when I step outside of these four walls for 1-1.5 hours), and I get excited when I change things around a little tiny bit.
If you're ever wondering why we put a tree in front of a door- that entrance/exit rarely gets used and not at all in the winter. Right now there's a hoaky set of steps leaning up against the house outside and it's a use-at-your-own-risk kind of deal. We would like to eventually put a deck out there or- my pie in the sky idea- a den. Wouldn't it be nice.
|More trees made of paper. This was Oliver's and my project from last year.|
|The stockings are hung on the banister with care.|