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Wordless Wednesday — Alternative Yuletide Decor

Celebration of Birds

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11 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday — Alternative Yuletide Decor

  1. Nice! Merry Christmas, Sarah!

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  2. Very quirky, Sarah. I love it. 🙂

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  3. Very festive 🙂 Merry Christmas Sarah.

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  4. At last, it’s the new year already, but I have seen your beautiful fireplace! And I love it Sarah, the perfect Christmas decoration 🙂

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    • Oh Sherri, I’m a bit sad about having to dismantle this decoration by tomorrow evening, as is the tradition. I asked Mister yesterday if he thought the holly and birds could stay, but he’s more superstitious than me, so he said “no” D:

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      • Oh I know what you mean…hubby is the same. Maybe you could keep the robins and bring in some other wintery flora for a lovely seasonal decoration? Think that would fly? I love your fireplace whatever you have in it 🙂

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      • Yes, I love that fireplace. Mister and my son refurbished the house from an absolute tip when we bought it. The chimney-breast had no lintel to support it and could have collapsed at any minute. They had to put a lintel in, and then I was allowed to choose the fireplace from a catalogue for them to instal! It’s called “Celtic” and looks so pretty as a feature, but is fully functional should we need to have a fire in the grate due to some world fuel shortage. I always think of things like that — too much imagination, which often fills my head with scenarios of environmental disaster, plague and mayhem!

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      • Haha…great story! You are well prepared Sarah! And it really is beautiful. Our fireplace is ‘fake’ but looks just like a real gas fire. But would love a ‘real’ one…in case of environmental disaster…!

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