not bad for a $20 tree
a full cookie jar
stocking hung by the chimney with care...
firewood waiting to be burned
I spent Sunday baking cookies at my FIL's house for him (have to keep a full cookie jar) and to pass out to his neighbors....thought I would share a few with yall....look at my header...LOL....we went and got a Christmas tree for his house....and decorated it and the house...he really enjoyed all the fuss going on...his house smelt like Christmas...the fresh tree and baked cookies.....
Thanks for sharing!! I am hungry now!!
Hermoso tu decorado muy campestre muy fresco y angelical, precioso!!!
Everything looks so Christmassy! The cookies look yummy....oatmeal raisin? or chocolate chip? Doesn't matter because I never met a cookie I didn't like! Hugs, Loretta
Wow after seeing your header I had to raid my cookie jar and believe me they were not homemade ones either. hahaha
Great post as always I enjoy coming by.
How sweet of you to go by your FIL house and do this for him. What a sweetie of a DL you are.
I miss doing things like this for mine.
Hi Deb, How special it must have been for your FIL. Nothing like a fresh cut tree, homemade cookies and decorations to bring Christmas into the home.
Hugs, Celestina Marie
Love the cookie header Deb. I bet his house did look and smell like Christmas.
So many pretties..I adore the simplicity of your welcome wreath!
Your decorations look very festive!
We exchanged names with family, too. Makes shopping a lot easier.
Oh, everything looks so festive! It makes me excited for Christmas to get here!
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