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Christmas lights

My outdoor Christmas lights are red and white,with candy cane accents. (My angel I had out the night of the party quit working so I had to replace her) The hearts are 2 candy canes strapped together with those plastic twisty like things.
Well if you haven't noticed our usual sunny weather has headed south, so to speak. I'm missing my vitamin d from the sun. No I'm just tired of the grey, I'm used to it yes, just tired of it and ready for some Christmas sun.

Bear with me these next few days I have some big projects going on and big decisions, part of the reason my blogging is behind. I'm thinking I may need to change my e-mail it would make it tons easier for me. I may be doing that as well as trying to transfer all my old message and favorite files to the new net home.

I'm off to work on Christmas cards today mine and my mom's (she still has no glasses) so it will be a joint venture this year to the better part of the family.


Debbie H said…
Angie, your entry way looks beautiful! I tried getting Wayne to put up some lights on the front of the house, but no luck. No frosty this year either. I have an ugly tree, too. That's a story for another time. Anyhow, looks pretty, I am glad you shared!

Deb H
Betty said…
Very nice Angie....I didn't put up any outside lights this year at all. Time just got away from me.

On another note - wanted to let everyone know I've got two weekends booked in Jan. to scrap...
Jan. 4&5 and Jan. 18&19. Hope everyone can make it....If not please be sure to let me know and I may be able to reschedule.
Debbie H said…
Dates are perfect! I have to leave for cheerleading Sat am and come back, but won't be gone for too long! WOO HOO!! Something fun to look forward to :)
Betty said…
Too funny Debbie.....I feel the same way....

Things get so hectic this time of year, that sometimes I just want to retreat to my "cave" and scrap...
Anonymous said…
I am so ready to scrap!!!!!!! Dates seem fine to me. Sounds like we are all in the same boat with decorating. All I did was put up a tree. No village, lights, etc. But, my tree is beautiful!! Angie your decorations are very pretty. I am sure your neighbors are enjoying them too.
Anonymous said…
Thanks the lights were easy did it mostly my self.

Do we need to have a talk with Mr W????

Betty the dates sound great another reason to come home early.A

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