The local diner has snowmen on the window
though we haven't had any snow since October.
The bagel shop has similar merry decorations.
I managed to find some real holly in Union Square this morning when I was up there this morning with Mari from Finland and her husband.
Then home where the decorating and gift wrapping commenced. The troll and the snowman live in boxes all year and get to escape at Christmas,
as do Sponge Bob and the terrifying bug whose head can be pulled away from his body.
Wishing you and yours and BusterReplyDelete
a very Merry Christmas -
I am just moving, so its a bit hectic here, too. Enjoy!
Merry Christmas and have prosperous new year!!ReplyDelete
Aww, Christmas troll. Merry merry and have a great one!ReplyDelete
I still have my wrapping to do!! Merry Christmas Elizabeth - to you, Robert and Buster and the rest of your lovely family. xReplyDelete
awwww, I love Snowmen... and the Holly is beautiful.ReplyDelete
The year I went to Cambridge right before Christmas to help my son come back to the US at the end of school, I loved walking about the city center and at the flower stalls there was so much Holly. I was truly in heaven.
Wishing you and your Family a wonderful Christmas !
Merry Christmas Everyone!ReplyDelete
And very best wishes for the New Year.
Next year you should cut branches from the holly bushes and trees in my garden. Fortunately, bees have found the hollies and we have berries a plenty. Merry Christmas LoriReplyDelete
Have faith! We had snow only yesterday in the south of Quebec!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and yours! Cute little friends, well all except the green bug!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas, Elizabeth!ReplyDelete
So festive! So cheerful! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas Day!ReplyDelete
Merry christmas and a Happy New Year to you. Thank you for all the wonderful posts this past year keep up the good blogs.ReplyDelete
Can't believe that it is so long since I was able to get over and visit!ReplyDelete