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Country Christmas Mosiac

Even though we don't live in the same block as we did 22 years ago three couples get together at Christmas each year to have a lovely meal and a few laughs while we catch up with each other.  Our friends Dot and John usually host this lovely time.  Dot loves country decorating and her house decor changes with the seasons and occasions.  You get a feeling you are in a country store there is so much to take in.  It is a pleasure to come through the door as you know you will be amazed.  So, I took a few pictures of this years display.  I hope you like it as much as I do.  Join our host Mary at the Little Red House for more delightful mosiacs.


Looks like a home filled with love for her friends and family!!!
What a wonderful collection she has...and to share the holidays with friends is good for the soul. Hope you have a grand day!
Joanne said…
Gosh it does look fun but what a lot of work it puts me to shame.
Struggler said…
22 years of friendship is wonderful!
Bonnie said…
Love those Christmas stockings!
eileeninmd said…
What a wonderful collection, I lvoe the bears going up the stairs.
Mary said…
what a wonderful and creative decor! thanks so much for sharing at MM, and have a wonderful holiday!
Marydon Ford said…
She does have lovely 'store atmosphere' decorations ... she's full!

Merry Christmas ~
TTFN ~Marydon

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