Nice! Merry Christmas, Sarah!
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Thank you, Naomi 🙂 And Merry Christmas to you, too!
Very quirky, Sarah. I love it. 🙂
I was in my usual mood about Christmas trees and standard decorations, until I looked out of my window at a robin on a holly tree and inspiration took a hold of me! Glad you like it, Sylvia 🙂
Very festive 🙂 Merry Christmas Sarah.
Merry Christmas to you, too, Andrea, and good to see you’ve returned after a month off from blogging. You’ve been greatly missed.
At last, it’s the new year already, but I have seen your beautiful fireplace! And I love it Sarah, the perfect Christmas decoration 🙂
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:
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 🙂
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!
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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