Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Christmas: tree trimmed in memories

Wordless Wednesday . . .

Christmas treeOur humble tree before the festivities. Many of the ornaments signify special people, events or places. Merry Christmas to all.

14 comments:

Shannon **Gabi's Mom** said...

I think that's the best kinds of decorations. I usually have a story behind my ornaments.

Happy WW!

Natalie said...

That's a lovely tree!

DanaB said...

The best part of decorating the Christmas tree is remembering as we go along!

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Sandy Carlson said...

Our tree makes us cry every time we decorate it. It's a tribute to all whom we love and have loved. Thanks for sharing yours. God bless.

Yen said...

that's a beautiful tree you have there! :)
Here's mine for this week!
Wordless
Enjoy the rest of the Holidays!

chelle said...

We have ornaments from J's great Grandmother and every year we purchase one new one. It is nice to have a little piece of history.

Your tree is so beautiful!

Hope Christmas was wonderful :)

zamejias said...

That's a lovely tree. And the chain is in place. We just couldn't get our chain in the exact place even for few hours because my son love to undo everything. Happy Holidays.

**"Liza"** said...

beautiful tree..I hope you had a joyous christmas with your family..;)
Liza

G's Cottage said...

Oops. I forgot to edit the post time so it would be Wednesday. Oh well.

@zamejias - I remember being frustrated that ornaments sometimes became temporary toys in holiday playtime. But these years pass too quickly to get bent out of shape over stuff.

Thanks for your kind words everybody and have a wonderful holiday season.

Dont make me get out my flying Monkeys! said...

Come see the most embarrassing moment of my life, over at my Wordless Wednesday! I like your Wordless Wednesday post! Hope you had a great Holiday!

DEB

Patois said...

Lovely tree.

Pieces of Me said...

I don't celebrate Christmas, but that is one lovely tree.so picturesque.

Professor Howdy said...
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AuthorMomWithDogs said...

Beautifully decorated.

We make a new ornament every year to add to our collection, so our tree is a living history too.