Monday, November 29, 2010

CHRISTMAS PAST

I AM NOT THAT FAST!!!
But I will get there!

Just to make me (no one else minds, I'm sure) happy.

Here are a few scenes from
Christmas 2009

I wasn't a blogger then and photos were of people.
The decorations were second thought.
I was busy snapping Sweet Old Bob
sneaking his second slice of pie.

COME ON IN! 
I WAS READY FOR YOU!
I have told several of you that 
blue and white are my favorite colors.

When photographing last year I 
the photographer was out of my his mind.
In 2010, I will be photographing with you in mind.
I certainly hope 2010's photos will be better.
Do you see a New Year's resolution developing?


Took a lot of crappy cropping! 
to edit out our family clutter.
We were actually living it, at the moment!


We had to PRETEND 
there was snow in Savannah!
I even had the air conditioning on trying to keep this guy
FROZEN!!

Still a little snow visible here.
We were freezing our swimsuits off! 
The trim on the china is gold as is the napkin.
I guess I got what I paid for with that photographer.

Mrs. Clause was in the kitchen.
I heard her offer to help with the dishes
in exchange for some candy.


I was able to pay her off with this!
Works every time for every tummy!

SUGAR PLUMS
 On the kitchen tree!


HE IS THE REASON!
Allow me to wish each of you

PEACE

JOY

LOVE


Please come back
for the 2010 Tour

Please leave a comment
They are like Christmas presents to me.

17 comments:

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Lovin' your kitchen tree-happy decorating:@)

Tricia@The Dull and the Dutiful said...

I'd say you were doing very well at photography last year! Love the blue and white ornaments -- I'm using those colors -- with silver -- in my dining room this year. Once I take some photos, I'll post them. Enjoy decorating!

~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady. I love your blue and white Ornaments !! You have a way of putting your lovely home all together for the Holidays~~~ I'm doing my home in blue and white this year !! you take lovely photos also. Diane

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Wonderful tour of Christmas 2009~ looking forward to this years decorations.

dee dee said...

Oh, everything is so pretty! Can't wait to see what you do this year!
Dee Dee

Pam @ diy Design Fanatic said...

Ginger, your decorations are so beautiful. I love the tablescape!I'm sure your decorations will be even more beautiful this year. I don't rush with the decorating either. There are so many more important things to do this season!

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Ginger -- how beautifully you home is decorated in these pictures. Thanks for your sweet comments on my family pictures ...we had a wonderful time and felt so blessed to be together.

artteachergirl said...

Hey! from one GA girl to another! Just found your blog, and I love it here!!! Beautiful decorating and photos! Best, Vicki

Farah Muzaffar said...

Hi Ginger
Specially love your stair swag and your charming candles...Waiting for your Christmas table. I am sure it will be more beautiful than previous.

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Love
Farah

very merry vintage style said...

The snow on the table is so pretty! Great idea! Thanks for stopping by my blog, so nice to meet new friends!

Jo said...

Wow, I'm likn' this new blog look.
Christmas Past, is wonderful.
Hope Ole SOB and you are doing fabulous.
Merry Christmas and be Blessed in the New Year.
-Jo
-LazyonLoblolly

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Your decorations from last year are gorgeous! I especially love the staircase garland and your tablescape. Beautiful!

Thanks for your visit and I look forward to seeing your decor at my party. Layla's mantle party is suppose to start today. May be up this evening.
Happy Holidays,
Sherry

XUE said...

What wonderful decorations you've got! This Christmas for us will be in a service apartment in a new city as we move from one country to another. We fly on 23 Dec & arrive on 24 Dec which will also be our wedding anniversary. Warm wishes from Tokyo, Japan!

Jenny said...

Lovely! I especially love your little penguin :)

Gillian Layne said...

Gorgeous! Thanks so much for all the pretty pictures and ideas. :)

Pam said...

Your garland is so lush and full. And I love your kitchen tree. Now you're making me want one in the kitchen too.

Debbie Moore at Slice of Pie Entertaining and Cookbooks said...

I love all your posts ... and the 12 day gift giving idea is fantastic! Glad you got to visit with Illinois daughter! We're cold in Southern Illinois right now!

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