Sorry if I offended you. Sometimes the desire to explore identity crosses boundaries that maybe shouldn't be crossed. Or at least I should warn readers that there maybe a boundary coming up which they might not want to cross. I've found another way of revealing the ID in IDentity now which means you have to go looking for it. If you don't want to see it, don't look.Sorry again, Merry Christmas.
Love the tree!!!Skinny trees are hard to find and our house just needs a skinny tree!
Well, I put up a post yesterday commenting on the frogs making there glorious appearance into the holiday decor but once again apparently I forgot to hit the "publish" button. LOLAnyway, enjoyed the frogs as always. Especailly the one gift-wrapped!
I have a friend who decorates 9 (yes nine) trees in her house each year and they are all skinny except for one which is a corner tree. They look great and do not take up lots of space in her house.
Nine trees? I'd go bonkers! Mine is referred to as a "pencil" tree and the best thing about it is that it doesn't take up as much room at the base, but it is still tall.
I want a tree I can open up like an umbrella...already decorated.
That is one skinny looking tree, Judy. I'm glad to hear that it doesn't really look that skinny in-person. That's a cute frog decoration.
Does it remind you of the trees you saw in Italy. I love those elegant trees - they are the haute couture of the forest!Have a lovely Christmas Judy and a happy healthy 2007
I love your tree--and the post where you showed your individual ornaments--it looks like you need lily pads instead of a tree! May you have a wonderful holiday.
Boy, you do go all out! That looks like a lot of work, but the results are great.
You are all ready for Christmas I see. I am never ready. Tonight I should wrap and finish up some cookies but things keep coming up. Some people are going to get their packages after Christmas because I can't get my act together.. Oh well....
My darling Judy,Happy holidays to you and your wonderful family. Your Xmas tree makes me wish I wasn't Jewish--though I suppose that doesn't preclude a tree. In any case, your blog is a top, super-duper, A#1 inspiration for me---as you your sweet self are.Much love,lucyd
JudyI like your tree and your decorations.Merry Christmas
I love all of your decorations.
Beautiful Tree, Judy...And again, WONDERFUL WONDERFUL Ornaments! You do such a beautiful job of placing everything in such an artful beautiful way....Where do you store all these precious things? (I know we haven't even seen most of them...lol...)
Your home is a winter wonderland!!I've been out of the blogosphere for awhile, and it is good to be back visiting my buddies again. I tried to go to the link to vote for Mr. Kenju, but the link would not go through. I tried twice with no success.Well, I hope you have a fabulous Christmas. Enjoy all the good food and time with family and friends.
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