Mystery Tree 2010 ~

Mosaic Monday at Little Red House will be in full swing soon.

We had our mystery tree delivered on Saturday and I’m happy to say it’s another good one. There was no fussing and stressing at a Christmas Tree lot trying to get agreement on the perfect tree. It’s fun to anticipate what it will look like after we cut the strings. We have enjoyed this tradition for the last three years and it will continue.


The lights are going on right now and I should have it decorated by tonight. I did put a few other decorations up. My favorite…




The quilted place mats that I put on the hearth were made by Wendy of Ivory Spring. Thank you Wendy for sharing your beautiful handiwork with me. I appreciate it.


I’ll be sharing more of the Christmas decorations around the house later in the week. How are your preparations coming?

Photobucket replaced all my photos with ugly black and grey boxes and they are holding my photos hostage until I pay them lots of money. I’m slowly going through all my posts and trying to clean them up and replacing some photos. Such a bother.

About Ellen am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

16 thoughts on “Mystery Tree 2010 ~

  1. A mysterious visiting tree…I love it!
    No tree for us this year, baby kittens Christmas trees = too much excitement for me!

    The rest of the decking is almost done and tonight’s latkas and candle time, day four, is lovely.

  2. What a great concept with the mystery tree. 🙂

    Imagine my surprise when I saw those placemats… 🙂 They look lovely in your home, if I may say so myself.

    Not feeling too hot tonight. I think I am going to lay down for a bit.

    Have fun decorating!

  3. okay, now the snow flurry on your blogsite . . . changed direction! the snow is blowing from right to left now! you make me giggle!

  4. Oh it is so lovely there before the books… Everything is shaping up for beautiful holiday decorating. I hope I remember to get back here to see it all…

  5. Your decorations look wonderful … mine are nowhere to be seen yet! Christmas time in Oz has a very different feel … and decorating the house is a job that I don’t relish in this heat and humidity.

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