Sunday, December 9, 2012

The Glow of Christmas


Tonight the lights.... burn sweetly!

Even though a few strands are testing our patience,

Our home for the most part is ready for Christmas!

A strand on the dormer window on the left is giving us a fit.

But....my den is finished, cleaned and decorated.

The kitchen is full of merriment!

The dining room is all a glow in splendor of silver and gold.

And the back porch is floating in a sea of light.

That's what happening at my house in the land of 
The Decorative Dreamer.

Your all invited back for a closer look at a few more rooms decorated and detailed later next week. Thanks for stopping by!





9 comments:

  1. Looks like you're all ready for Christmas Mary! Everything is beautiful and yep, I know all about the frustration of lights. Have a great week:@)

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  2. I'm almost finished decorating. I love your decor and it all looks great! Hugs, Linda

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  3. Mary-that is beautiful. I just love how everything looks. Those lights can be so annoying sometimes- xo Diana

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  4. The lights can cause anyone fustration:) Your home looks beautiful Mary, and I especially like the little tree on your porch!

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  5. Mary, it all looks so delightful, how wonderful to have a tree in every room, even one out on the deck! That's what a call stylish!
    Have a wonderful week.

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  6. Hi Mary..

    your home looks fabulous inside and out.. love the kitchen displays~!

    thanks so much for visiting me and leaving such a sweet comment on my chair wreath..

    Merry and Bright to You and Yours~!

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  7. Everything looks so pretty and festive, Mary! Oooh, those lights could turn people "Scroogy" if you let them -- just smile and call it a "wink!" Your Nautical porch tree is just adorable!

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  8. Oh, Mary. It all looks so pretty. Those lights can be very finicky! Good luck!

    Have a great week!

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  9. Oh Mary, it's all just beautiful! I love every corner, inside and out. I really love that first shot in the blue hour. Oh. My. Goodness.

    You put me to shame because you had time to do such beautiful things while working full time in RETAIL, and I'm so slow with mine. Two enthusiastic thumbs up!

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