Deck The Halls (A Teeny Tiny Lil’ Post)

Deck the halls... and chairs

Hi, everybody!  Just wanted to let you know I’m still holding down my corner of the planet… festively, I might add. :)

There’s something magical and exciting about decorating for the holidays.  It creates a wonderland of merriment and transforms ordinary days into “somethin’ special.”

Whether it’s putting the same time-worn trinkets out year after year, or setting the table “just so,” or trimming the tree (and/or walls, doors, & chairs…), there’s joy in the process and memories in the making.  Most importantly, there’s remembering loved ones, past and present.  “Deck the halls!” I say… with love.

Next up on my agenda is a guest post “coming soon” to a blog y’all know & love… thanks for staying tuned!

Enjoying festivity and memories,

~ Kim

5 thoughts on “Deck The Halls (A Teeny Tiny Lil’ Post)

  1. What is about some simple object that can take us back to a special time and place? My favorite memories of holidays past were the ones we spent with my grandmothers. Mostly, because I loved being with them.

  2. When I was a little girl, we had one of those silver tinsel trees with the light that changed the tinsel from red to blue to green. I remember lying on the floor and watching it change colors. There’s something about looking at a Christmas tree that makes me feel happy.

  3. Kimby…finding time to do a teeny tiny post is a gift to me…I love all you’ve done, the festivities, the music, the food, the merriment…you have a deep Boho spirit, and, for that, I’m so very grateful b/c it brings huge joy to me and so many others xoxo Your Ally

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