Ruby Tuesday ~ Molbaks Woodinville

 

Today we enjoyed Dear’s last day in the Seattle area with a trip to Molbaks in Woodinville, Washington to see all their beautiful Christmas poinsettias and displays.  The photo in front of the Poinsettia tree is of Dear, our daughter Katie and me, ellen b. We are looking forward with anticipation celebrating Christmas with our family and friends.

For more Ruby Tuesday Posts click over to Mary’s at Work of the Poet.

Photobucket is holding all my photos from 2007-2015 hostage and demanding a ransom for me to access them. I’m slowly cleaning up many of my posts where PB have added ugly black and grey boxes where my photos used to be. So frustrating!

12 thoughts on “Ruby Tuesday ~ Molbaks Woodinville

  1. What a sweet house!

    My hairdresser has a poinsettia in his (very red) salon (hey, I should take a picture of that for RT one week). Since Christmas isn’t celebrated here in Israel he had no idea it was a Christmasy kind of plant, but to me it looks very odd to see it sitting there year round.

  2. Oh I’d go to Woodinville too if I was a speck closer. . .what gorgeous decorations. . .enough to get you into the Christmas spirit for sure. .so are you staying in Seattle till Christmas yourself now?

  3. Now that place would really put me in a Christmas state of mind! So pretty, and colorful and the people you find there look so friendly!

  4. I finally figured out poinsettias. We call them Christmas stars.
    The red leaves are beautiful. I have three on the kitchen table and three in the living room,planted in groups. They are gorgeous, the more, the merrier.
    I’d like to have a tower of poinsettias instead of an ordinary tree.
    No decorating needed.
    Love the Ruby Seattle.
    From Felisol

  5. What fun, what fun! Today Hubby and I went to Jolly Lane’s for the same Christmas fun. We looked at all the poinsettias and Christmas trees and ornaments and wreaths and I was in HEAVEN!

    ~Jody (who shares your joy)

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