Wednesday, December 31, 2014

A Few of My Favorite Things

 I know it's  time to put away the Christmas decorations,
but not before one last look around...

It's amazing how much one family can accumulate! 

I read that Elvis, who loved Christmas,
required his Christmas decorations stay up every year
until after his January 8th birthday.


Prairie Patch Quilts said...

Love all of your beautiful collections of tea cups and tea pots and all your lovely Christmas Decorations! A very pretty room.

relevanttealeaf said...

Lovely Christmas photos of your beautiful home and tea collections, Linda!

Ruth W said...

Beautiful! Love all the tea touches! In our home they always stay up until Epiphany...12th Night...Jan. 6th...and things look so bare when they go! Lovely last peakat your beautiful home. Happy New Year!

Nora said...

It's my dream to have a tea room like yours. I just love your tea themed Christmas tree. All of your decorations are so wonderfully displayed.

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Linda, I am just amazed at all your tea collections - I think I could stay for hours looking at them, while sipping a hot cuppa with you and learning all about how and where you acquired each piece.

HAPPY NEW YEAR - God bless you and yours with good health and joy in the coming New Year!

Steph said...

Happy New Year to you! Wishing you a year full of tea-lights.

Rosemary said...

It was enjoyable viewing all your holiday decorations!

Irene Jardim said...

Hi, Linda!
Thinking what you said about Elvis, I want to say that in Brazil it is used to leave Christmas decorations till January 6th, the day in which we celebrate the visit of the Three Kings to Baby Jesus.


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