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November 27, 2011


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Ah you're getting me in the holiday mood. Poor little Edgar. Hope he makes a quick recovery!


Very pretty decorations. I think I might have just figured out that Oomen is a Dutch name. :)

Your cat's sweet face is perfectly framed by the clogs.


I hope Edgar makes a quick recovery!! Your porch looks perfectly festive! I LOVE those embroidered pillows! Beautiful..as always..

Jill Wignall

Christmas cards! You are organised Margie! The porch looks lovely. I was wondering, is there quite so much activity on the other porches in your street? : )I got in the festive mood and made a wreath at the weekend.

Sigrid Frensen

Pepernoten? Marsepein? Speculaas? Borstplaatjes???


Your decorations are very beautiful as is your kitty!! :)

Tallulah Maggs

Beautiful decorations, I think ole St Nick will be hanging around a li longer than necessary for his snack :)


The porch looks wonderful : )

Mousy Brown

It all looks so beautiful - I wish we celebrated with clogs! xx


Yes yes, 'tis the season! And your decorations look so sweet!


LOVE your happy welcoming porch!


oh, that porch! ♥


Your porch looks lovely! Oh I long to write Xmas cards! I am always late with them!AriadnefromGreece!

Sonia / Cozy Memories

I agree with Geninne ... that porch ... a place of beauty & pleasure (ok, now that sounds dirty LOL) All of these reds are warm & merry & cheery & festive, what everyone needs right now.
I hope E will be on the mend very soon. Gary & I keep him in our thoughts


Get well soon Edgar. I love your St Nicholas celebrations and all your decorations. Can you sneak in a little pair of clogs for me?


You've inspired me to get decorating - and that little kitty face peeking out from behind the wooden shoes and wee tree looks a fair bit like my Pasha kitty - though I couldn't really see, is h/she a Maine Coon? You've also reminded me that I once had a lovely pair of wooden shoes that I wore as a kid around the house sometimes. Very slippery, but fun!


how inspirational! it reminds me of traditional christmases. i think my kids would love it, sitting outside, sipping hot chocolate!


your porch is beautiful.

Heather West

If I was St. Nicholas, I'd stop at your house first! Ha! Blessed Season to you!!


I just love the way you have your porch decorated - so lovely & charming! You've given me so many ideas for sprucing up our sad looking front porch.
From reading some of your other posts, I think you might live in Toronto? My late husband and I lived there many many years ago, and the city and it's inhabitants still hold a dear place in my heart which is filled with many wonderful and bittersweet memories of those years.
Blessings and Merry Christmas,

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