Thursday, December 8, 2011

It's Gettin' Christmas up in here.....


Okay so I've been a little MIA, I know.


My entire family took a little vaca to Canton, Texas for some vintage, primitave, crafty shopping for 3 straight days on over 300 acres! Yep, you heard me, 300 acres.  We couldn't possibly see it all.

Pictures? NOPE! I tell you I'd love to share pics with you but I didn't even bring my camera. I know! Totally unheard of Right?  If you know me at all, the answer to that would be YES!  But truthfully I just wanted to enjoy every minute of it and that I did. 

(and I figured I'd snap a few pics with my iphone, but I apparently had such a good time that I forgot to do that.)  So you'll just have to wait til next time.

But I did do my Xmas decorating a little bit, so below are some pics (not so good ones, but pics none the less) that I snapped while decorating so ENJOY!

and
Happy Holidays






The above pic is of some of my collectible Christopher Radko ornaments, among many others.  I buy some and some are given to me as cherished gifts.  Alot of them I buy when I travel to represent a certain trip or memory.  And I know you are probably asking yourself who wants a Hot dog Christmas ornament, but that was purchased in New York a couple of years ago because Jade's favorite thing to do the minute we get into New York is get a famous NYC hot dog from the street Vender!  I laugh everytime I look at that ornament!

Memories....
Enjoy

3 comments:

  1. Hi Christy-
    You've been having some fun! Hope you enjoyed your Christmas and didn't lose any of your Radko ornaments. I dropped an entire box of them about 10 years ago...tragic! I rescued a few but most were lost. They don't just crack- they explode. The heaviness I guess.
    Happy New Year and all the best to you in 2012!
    Tina

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  2. Girl I cannot imagine how you felt! I would have cried. I have collected a lot of my ornaments from my travels or they have been given to me as gifts from dear friends. And you know how much they cost. I try to be extrememly careful with them as I pack and un pack them each season. Happy New Year to you and your family!

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  3. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and Happy New Year.

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