Monday, December 21, 2009

Oh Christmas Tree

As promised, here is a picture of my Christmas tree.

Christmas 2009

It's not a real one unfortunately, but I've compensated for that with ornaments. I've been adding more to it since I put it up, with some decorations bought only recently and some over the past ten or more years.

decorations on my tree

Guess what showed up today? My package from the US which had Mum's and Dad's Christmas present in! I'm sure they'll get a thrill when they see it because it's the type of bird feeder they've had before and are unable to get it here anymore. Now all I have to do is wrap it!


Melissa said...

That's a beautifully decorated tree, Jane! And you said the kitties have been good too!

Glad the package arrived in time. It looks like a great bird feeder. It's great when you find the perfect thing to give.

Merry Christmas Jane!

Miss F. dit Soon said...

Your Christmas tree is faboulous !
Merry Christmas...

Rahul said...

Thanks for nice info.

We wish you a Merry Christmas.

Loraine said...

What an amazing tree! I love your sampler as well. Sorry I haven't commented the last few posts! I've been to busy to blog read the last week or so.
I hope you have a wonderful Christmas! You're a special blog friend to me, and I wish you many stitching moments this season!

Nina said...

What a wonderful christmas tree you have! Your ornaments are so fabulous I adore them!

JOLENE said...

Your tree looks gorgeous! Thanks for sharing a glimpse of your holiday home. Merry Christmas!

Margie May said...

Thank you so much for the enjoyment you have given me - your blog is so inspirational and whenever I have been in a stitching slump I just have to visit your blog to be 'back up again' and in the stitching mood.
Charlotte & Sophie look so cute together. I lost one of my precious Burmese cats this year and the other one misses her so much. Have a great Christmas and continue the great blog.I also live in Melbourne and it is currently 37 degrees at 8.00pm so too hot to stitch. Every happiness for a great stitching year in 2010.