So, FIRST . . . I slipped into something comfy.
|This year's decorating ensemble included|
(hmmm . . . who needs a pedicure here?)
|This year's selection by Johnny Reid.|
|It is important for you to know |
that I ventured out in THIS weather
TO A BUSY MALL
to buy this CD
specifically for THIS occasion!
(That's REALLY going all out!)
|Peppermint Schnapps + Raspberry Liqueuer . . .|
|That same Norfolk Pine Tree is now 30 inches tall|
from the top of its 2 gallon sized pot!
|Here it is . . . decorated for|
I use VERY light-weight
and NO lights.
|Why put lights INSIDE|
when they're already OUTSIDE
on the balcony railing?
|And . . . of course . . .|
the crowning glory . . .
the little beaded snowflake
that USED TO BE
the only decoration
on the little Norfolk Pine Tree!
|Look who else got "dressed up" |
for the occasion!
|"Hey! That's MY Christmas stocking!"|
|"WAIT A MINUTE!|
How come YOUR Christmas stocking
SHINY STUFF on it
and mine doesn't???
I thought I was the Diva around here!?!?!"
I remember last year's routine . . .
it was all "NO NO!" and
"BAD KITTY!" . . .
so I'll just retire to my rocking chair already!"
|Except the gold ring.|
I was thinking about stitching that in
What do you think???
Did I tell you my adopted grandaughter got me SLIPPERS for my recent birthday? I LOVE them . . . perfect to keep at the office so I don't have to wear winter boots all day!
Sensing a problem here . . .
|A couple of hours into the first day of duty|
and my new slippers
(note the toes peeping through)