Beautiful decorations, Dianne. I enjoyed seeing the old seeder and old machines all decorated... NEAT!!!Merry Christmas.Hugs,Betsy
G'day, Lady Di! Sorry I've not popped in much of late! I have no excuses other than being very slack!I love, as always, your photos...they spread joy and sunshine.I hope all is well up your way. Cheers from Down Under. And a very Merry Christmas to you and your family! :)
I haven't even begun but am not doing a lot so it will be fine. Looks all cheery your way....
Everything looks beautiful. It's raining here today, probably for the next couple of days. I don't mind if the ground is cold enough that the dog doesn't come in with muddy feet, but when it's warmer, then I have four paws to clean off. About all I do is hang a few red bows a few different places in the back yard and on both gates that face the street. Thanks for your visits, I am so far behind in visiting other's blogs I don't think I'll ever get caught up.
Very nice, miz Lady Di. I love the decorations and Christmas red is my favorite color. MB
Lovely Christmas decorations with red as the dominant color!The first picture is particularly beautiful. There's a sort of festive delicacy about the flowers and the background.
BetsyThanks, saw you had some SNOW. PeaceLeeNice to hear from you. Glad you enjoyed the photos. Wishing you a Merry one too. PeaceMonicaI bet you have some up by now. Thanks and PeacePattyThanks and it is so easy to get behind on visiting blogs this time of year. I do not wipe Maggie's feet unless it has been raining, I just clean up the footprints. PeaceMBThank you and Red just screams Christmas even though folks have tried to make other colors part of the festivity. PeaceDutaThank you and I like my Mother love to decorate for Christmas. I think Puppy got the gene too. Peace
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