It just wouldn't be Christmas without the traditional "Old English Crackers" Christmas Day brings lots of memories. I loved Christmas as a child and now as a mature women with maybe a decade of Christmases left I am so grateful for being able to share a part of my life with family and friends with this blog.
Christmas Day 2009 I pushed the Publish button for the first time and I haven't looked back. I noticed I'm not posting as much as when I first started, but I'm a little more tired. I wanted to post more Christmas, but I ran out of time. (Candy Crush)
I need to take a photo of my living room tree and the tea table in the dining room. Oh, Well.
My Nut Cracker collection is standing on the buffet for a group photo. The mouse is a new one. Sweetheart found him at a yard sale. He is perfect for the "Nutcracker Suite" don't you think?
More nut crackers...I love to crack nuts and have a couple of pounds of cracked nut in the freezer for baking. Especially when someone gives them to us for free.
This is my Jingle Bell Christmas in the dining room. I love the plaid ribbon and the bells mixed with red ornaments.
It wouldn't be Christmas without forced Paperwhites growing in the dining room.
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