Sunday, December 12, 2010

A Collection of Friends, Family and Ornaments

                         Today is Christmas for my cousins and I and it is snowing! YIPPEE


View from the porch

Last night we had "Christmas Eve Dinner". We had 24 family and friends for dinner.
We had 4 different tables set up

Now for the collections!

A gift from my friends Rebecca and Tete!!
I think I will leave it on the dresser..matches the pink beads I already had down!

Another family member ALSO brought me some ornaments! Do I feel like a lucky girl or what?
Look at the pink birdy..he is on the aluminum tree as of this morning!

Today is PJ day in morning the one way, it is my little cousin PJ's birthday AND here at 1515 the 4 cousins that are here are going to be in our pajamas ALL day watching Christmas movies, eating leftovers and opening our gifts.

I think my Grandparents would be so happy to know that their home they purchased in 1926 is still filled with the love and fellowship of the season.

I love my sentimental life
Merry Christmas!

Joining Tete at Beyond the Garden Gate for 2nd Hand Collections



5 comments:

Tete said...

Thanks for joining the party! Glad you like the ornaments! You all picked a good day to hang out in your pjs!
Hugs- Tete

Rebecca said...

I had such a wonderful time last nite-so good to visit with everyone and get to know you a little better!

Donna said...

Your home is beautiful! I love all of the wonderful vintage ornaments and the pretty vintage tablecloth, too. How nice of Tete and Rebecca to give you the gorgeous ornaments! Stay warm and cozy!

Bohemian said...

I'm enjoying all your Posts of the Vintage Christmas... I LOVE Vintage Christmas items. Thanks also for sharing your beautiful Snow photo... I live in the AZ Desert so we've still got 80 degree weather so I get my Snow Fix looking at all the gorgeous Winter Scenes everyone is sharing.

Christmas Blessings... Dawn... The Bohemian

GardenofDaisies said...

I love the view from your porch!!! I just love the neighborhoods with old homes and wide verandas... And wish they still built them that way.