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November 16, 2011

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Maureen

No ornament questions here, but just wanted to say that there is no other blogger that makes me laugh as much as you do! That's a good thing. :)
Maureen

Melissa's Antiques

Send ornament questions my way that you can't answer. I am a certified Christmas Ornament Hoarder... and I have a fund of knowledge I'd love to share.

Tina

Here is my question: Can those collection of blue and white ornaments be any prettier?

I can't believe Thanksgiving is next week, either, but I'm really excited to have the family together for a few days!

Barbara, you make me a little homesick when you say things like "honest to Pete!"

Kathy

No questions from me, I don't want to be the one responsible for pushing you over the edge - ho! ho! ho!
Loved this post!

Into Vintage

Will there be a 2011 Academy of Vintage Christmas Ornament Arts and Sciences Awards?

laurie magpie ethel

I love that here in blogland you can talk about little snowman candles with cute rosy cheeks..we get it! (and he is adorable!) I do not have ornament questions, I just know I like them and they have addictive qualities.

Renee

Honest to Pete Barbara can you wax poetic over some more beautiful photos like these? Love each and every one of them. Leave the ornaments on the table. We can eat take out and then riffle through the goodies over Christmas Carols...smiles...Renee

Bonnie

I love your honesty and humor in your writing...this is what I aim for too...

tammyCA

You and me both...I thought Thanksgiving was in 2 weeks...just realized today that it is next week when I saw the school party sign up sheet! Darn. I am definitely getting my Christmas decorations out this weekend. It goes by so fast & I want to enjoy all my cute stuff. (love the cute lil snowmen..husbands just don't get it.lol).

Kim

Adorable photos in this post, Barbara. I recently found one of those little snowmen candles at the thrift shop ... SCORE!!
Also at the thrift shop I bought a mixed bag of old Christmas "treasures". In there were several of the little ornaments that have pinecone bodies and cute little heads (gnomes?). They have skis on and ski poles in their hands. I think I have seen them on your blog in the past. Can you provide a little history on them? Also in this bag were several plastic figures (snowman, santa, elf). They are covered with kind of a flocking. I can tell they are older. They are a bit tacky, but also a bit cute. Any thoughts on them?
I just couldn't pass up this opportunity to ask the expert. Thanks so much.

black eyed susans kitchen

You have a lot of Christmas happiness on that table my friend...so my question is when will you be putting up the tree? Thanksgiving is next week? Oy, I have 13 people for dinner and I haven't bought a grocery yet.
♥, Susan

nanette

Everything is lovely at your house, always.

Love my little nativities. Thanks for the gift of the christmas ball! Sweetness.

Kat

Ditto what Kathy wrote! I'm fit to bust from laughing so hard! (I needed that. Thanks!)

Ruthann

My question is, how many different Shiny Brites have you come across? I wonder how many different ones were made; not just colors but designs too.

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