Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Some Christmas Tidings...

I thought since this will probably be my last post before Christmas I would spread a little festive tidings from my home. My friend Leah at www.manyslices.typepad.com had mentioned one day how she loved to put up all of her pretty decorations but sometimes little hands came along and un-prettied the arrangements. This is sooo my house! So the pictures that you will see are all of the Christmas tree...

For whatever reason (thank goodness) the girls, dog, and cats, have all left the tree alone. Other than sitting on the couch admiring it, not one ornament has fallen off the tree! Of course now that I have said that - the cats will probably be climbing the tree tomorrow...

The reality, however, is not all of the pomp and circumstance surrounding the holidays, but being grateful for the Blessings that we have and celebrating the coming of the Savior...

I wish everyone a very Merry Christmas - I hope your season is filled with love, joy, gratefulness and many, many, Blessings...




4 comments:

Garden Girl said...

My 20 pound cat attempted to jump in the tree the other day. Luckily she did not knock anything down. I found my dog Rowie chewing on one of my felted ornaments the other day!
Merry Christmas!

manyslices said...

I missed this post somehow...glad I double checked.
Thanks for the blog post girl!
It does my heart good to know that some of my long-winded rambling has reached out across the cyber world and resonated with you...and you can in turn share with others...the power of the blog.
Your ornaments are beautiful...nice job with the pics.
My "cat" is a curious and fast 2-year-old that loves to be naughty...thus our need for plastic ornaments.
Have a Wonderful Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year!

Julia, the Thanksgiving Girl said...

Have a Merry Christams and a Happy New Year!! :)

Suzanne said...

Hi Cassie, I hope you and your family had a Merry Christmas. Your decorations are beautiful and I hope the cats didn't become too curious. :)
Wishing you a Happy and Blessed New year.