I really cannot believe this year is almost over!!! It seems like just yesterday when I put up Christmas trees, but it was a year ago!!! I have almost completed the decorations on the largest tree, and I will show my Christmas trees on my next post!
Since I seem to be a step behind, I will show my Thanksgiving tree, now that the holiday is over! ha I love the Thanksgiving decorations. There's something about those warm colors that just seem like home and family! I enjoyed this tree.
I had my family for Thanksgiving. It's a small group now. We had 8 adults and our precious Zoe! I got a high chair for her, so she could sit with us. She put on quite a show. I thought she was tired, and we tried to put her down in her baby bed, but she would have not part of it!! Also, as they were coming in, she spotted Omar and shrieked and laughed, so he went and got on my bed for a while. While we were eating, he came out and sat in the middle of the blanket I had put on the floor for her, and looked around like he owned the place!! ha After the meal, some played with him and some with her, so it worked out fine! This is my son and his little family!
I've been bird feeding and watching-a new, fun hobby! I took this photo of what I think are red-winged blackbirds, even though I don't see the red spot on their wing area. There were 9 or 10 of them on the patio this morning. So pretty and very shiny black feathers! I will let Beth look at this and give her opinion--she is our resident bird expert and I have emailed her and gotten much info! You all know Beth from Garden Grumbles and Cross Stitch Fumbles. In addition to her beautiful and fun stitching, she is an expert on birds and wildlife!! And her blog is filled with her beautiful photography!
Thank you for visiting and please come back soon! I will post very shortly! I have my house almost finished for the Holidays! I've even started stitching a small Prairie Schooler cardinal ornament, which I will show.
Have a great day!