Thursday, December 16, 2010

Christmas Echoes Redux

On the fifth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me

these mem-OH-ries!

Of Christmas cantatas and Charlie Brown Christmas

Kissing balls and Yule logs

Deck the halls and sausage balls

Red high heeled shoes and White Poinsettias

Black-eye peas and Peace On Earth

Red nosed reindeer and red hot tamales

Gingerbread men and General Waverly

Striped ribbon candy and tartan taffeta skirts

Kris Kringle and Ya-Hoo cake

Twas The Night Before Christmas and The First Noel

Red velvet cake and black velvet dresses

White gravy boats and fluffy white frosting

George Bailey and Joy To The World

Midnight Mass and green mistletoe

Ringing of sleigh bells and Silent Night.

These are a few of my favorite things.

Forever young

Three generations

Two naughty lists

And a snow clad lady at W&T's!


time worn interiors said...

I'm loving that little Christmas tree cover in bling! I know that's right up your alley!

Olive Cooper said... poet...

Sue said...

Yes, I think we can all quote the new blogger "POET"! Their must be something in the air, like Christmas? Beautiful photos, btw!

Take care, Sue

Cassie said...

I love that bauble/jewelry tree! Must make one....

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

Oh Deb, I love it all, esp. the tree!!

red.neck chic said...

Okay... so... did you wear the red heels with the black velvet dress? goodness... I hope so!!!!!!!!

You know - I can't look at mercury glass no more without thinkin' of my favorite trash talkin' diva!!!

;-D robelyn

Daphne Nicole & Lynda Cade said...

Oh Deb, I love your mercury glass collection... especially that bling bling tree, it's gorgeous!!!
hugs~~ Daphne

A Cottage Muse said...

You are on my list of favorite things!!

Theresa said...

Love that, all great memories of our favorite things... but who is General Waverly? Inquiring minds need to know! Theresa xoxo

Laura said...

Your list of memories sounds exactly like mine-
and that precious baby girl Bella ushing that dolly in your previous post.
Oh my.
How do you stand it?


glimpse of my world said...

do you need my address to ship all that mercury glass too?? fabulous... happy holiday girlie!!

Recycled Rita said...

Okay, I have to know if you made that gorgeous christmas tree in the background that is encrusted with jewels? Sooooo pretty! Happy Holidays!karen...