Thursday, December 25, 2008

Christmas Day

This photo does not do the tree justice. My sister spends literally hours on her rotating Christmas tree. All of the ornaments are made by her, with beads and "jewels" imported from various European countries. She receives kudos and newspaper publicity for her handiwork, all well-deserved.

My posting has been hit and miss this season because of family illness, memorials, and other time-consuming events; it's not been a terribly terrific year, but 2009 will be better. Posting will be hit and miss 'til we get to Mexico January 31 when I will resume my Mazatlan photos. In the meantime, stick around--don't abandon me! More important: HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO YOU AND YOURS!! PEACE TO THE WORLD AND GOOD CHEER TO ALL!!

12 comments:

  1. I missed your visits and comments and will have to remember to visit you back in Mexico.

    Nice photo of the Christmas tree.

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your family from Abe and Patty Lincoln.

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  2. could never abandon you, kate. Like you I do believe 2009 will be better! Enjoy your holidays. NOrma

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  3. Kate, thanks so much for the Christmas wishes you left on my site. This tree is just gorgeous! Your sister is very talented. I have enjoyed watching your site and hope you have a nice holiday and a fabulous New Year.

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  4. Many, many blessings at this holiday season.

    i apologize for such limited commenting lately (and for this cut-and-paste today). Life has gotten in the way, as I can see has happened to you, too, Kate. I'll email you privately.

    Happy Christmas!

    Chris

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  5. Dearest Kate, what a great treat for the eyes.
    Thank you for all your visits, dedication to CDP family and you kindness.
    May 2009 bring you nothing but happiness, good health, lots of laughter and joy.
    Be merry and happy, love
    Jazzy

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  6. A rotating Christmas tree, very impressive.

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  7. A rotating Christmas tree, with lights? Must have an interesting base.

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  8. wow, it's all we can do to keep our tree from rotating. (i.e., falling over.)

    that's lovely. merry christmas!

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  9. I would never abandon you Kate. I so enjoy coming to your blog. 2009 will definitely be better and I look forward to your Mazatlan posts.
    Merry Christmas to you and yours.
    Sue

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  10. What a most lovely tree and the ornaments are all exquisite.

    Wishing you a belated Merry Christmas ~~things have been very busy around our house too.

    Wanda

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  11. I am too much ashamed of my small spruce when I see this photo

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  12. I really hope that the new year will be for you better than this one. Many wishes for everything you love !

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