Saturday, December 20, 2008

Come on in. Tomorrow family and longtime friends will enter these doors.
Yes that is Maggie asleep on her bed near the red trunk. I got a bargain at the store on the poinsettia. That is an white tail antler we found while out on the farm.

Looking right from the front door, you will see my one of the two Christmas paintings that I display .


When you enter the door you are greeted with a painting I did from the first Christmas card Dad sent me after Mother died. Puppy made the star in Art Class in High School. I had to add a turkey feather or two to the Christmas arrangement.

This is a Cross Sticth picture I did many years ago when Puppy was small. My eyes prevent me from doing such close work now.

The Madonna is the center of the dining room table.

The Santa Tea Pot is the only other decoration in the dining room on the sideboard.



The living room end table has some Christmas candles including a snow man and a wooden Santa.

Behind the couch, more candles and a winter Santa with a golden reindeer.

The arrangement on the coffee table.


Three little Snow Men are in front of the windows on the right side of the fireplace.


The decorations on the mantle. The gold birds were one of Mimi's wedding presents.


The fireplace is graced by some stuffed animals. Sam Cat looks forward to this time of year as he likes to steal them at night and take them into Mimi's room. Last year he preferred the green doll box but this year he likes the Scooby beanie baby.



This is the only decoration on the left side of the fireplace. As I said, I did not have it in me to decorate like I usually do. It is fun to try to find the right place for the right decoration.
The salads have been made and the cake baked. Candy is boxed and the shopping done so now it is time to have a little fun.
The Kitty Justice is for you to enjoy this wonderful season and never forget the true meaning of Christmas.
Peace to Y'all and to Y'all a Good Night.













9 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

You have many beautiful decorations and some with wonderful history. It is best to put out only so many and not overdo. I have been snowed in for a week and don't even have a Christmas tree. we will see what happens. MB

Changes in the wind said...

Very warm and welcoming...especially like the cross stitch! Merry Christmas to you and your family too and may the New Year be bright!!

Marcel said...

A very Merry Christmas and a Happy New year too!

Lilli & Nevada said...

Oh my gosh your house looks so beautiful, with some beautiful decorations.
I wish you and your family a wonderful & prosperous New Year

Mary said...

Lady Di,

I am very late getting over here, but enjoyed my visit. I love all of your Christmas decor, especially the Christmas Santa teapot.

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and that you have much success with your show.

Visit when you can. I sure miss you.

Hugs,
Mary

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

Delightful!

Happy New Year, my dear friend!

May you be blessed with much happiness and many joys in 2009!

Changes in the wind said...

Getting a little worried about you...it has been a while since you have posted. Hope all is well........

Lady Di Tn said...

Good Morning y'all
Had a wonderful Christmas with family and friends and have been busy getting ready for Today.
I hope y'all have a healthy and Happy New Year with many more to come.
I will be back soon with photos and stories.
Peace be with all my friends out there in blogger world.

Sometimes Saintly Nick said...

I look forward to your return, my Lady.