Wednesday, December 16, 2009

A CHRISTMAS TOUR

"Be it ever so humble there's no place like home."











18 comments:

Farmgirl_dk: said...

You have a German Christmas pickle hanging from your tree!!!

:-) :-) :-)

A New England Life said...

Julie,

Your house is so warm, cozy and inviting! Charming country style decorating, and there's that darned pickle I keep hearing about. Does everyone have a pickle????

If that isn't the perfect Christmas tree I don't know what is. I'll bet it smells wonderful!

Sharon

dog trot farm said...

Having a pickle hidden on the Christmas tree brings good luck. I also have a tiny pickle. When my boys were young our tradition was who ever discovered the tiny pickle was honored with an extra treat. I miss those days.

JC said...

I love your tree ...

Anonymous said...

Very pretty warm and cozy.

Pamela
NE Ohio

Gail said...

What beautiful pictures! I am feeling the holiday spirit nibble at me a bit.
Thanks

Spring Lake Farm said...

I want a pickle!

Sandy

dog trot farm said...

Gee, I assumed everyone had a pickle on their tree. Cousin Eve do you have a pickle on your tree?

Eve said...

I never knew about the pickle Julie!! Wow, must get one I guess!!
I love everything here, and the snowmen are fantastic!!
Wish I was there with you having a Hot Tottie!! ;-)

CountryFun said...

Love the hooked snowmen

Jenny wren's nest said...

Your home looks like a christmas bazzar, I love it.
Jenny

Vickie said...

Beautiful cozy country home! Your tree is lovely, too - I never had a pickle - I need one - will go to Hobby Lobby at lunch today and see if they have pickles. haha!

DayPhoto said...

Some day I would love to travel to your part of the world, it is just beautiful and so different than the landscape of New England.
J

I would love to travel to your world. I'm hoping we can get to see your world now that Evan is living in New York State.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

DayPhoto said...

I loved the visit to you home and the delightful Christmas decorations.

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/

Anonymous said...

WISHING YOU A VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY, NOW JUST HOW MANY YEARS IS IT, 41?

Rural Rambler said...

A very pretty merry Christmas tour! And a very pretty tree. I am such a lover of blown glass ornaments and the snow covered little house is sweet, do I see a squirrel hanging there? Darling. I have been on a hunt for blown glass this season. Not much luck locally. I worked in a small gift shop quite a few years when we were in St. Lou and the Christmas pickles flew out the door, we couldn't keep them in stock. The hearth crickets were the same way! The snow couple seem very happy on that chair, although Mrs. Snowlady seems to be looking at the Mr. with a little attitude!

Rural Rambler said...

Julie, do you have a Christmas Holiday birthday??? A very Merry Happy Birthday!!!

Razzberry Corner said...

Love the holiday spirit at your place! Love the pickle! I'm going to go home & decorate right now!