Sunday, December 18, 2011

Sundays with Santa

Hey, anyone want to come over and help me get to my Christmas stuff? I am so bummed. Most of my Christmas stuff is still in the rafters of our garage. My hubby hasn't gotten to put the shelves in our storage shed and so we can not get to the rafters for all the stuff in the way. I don't even remember all that is up there, it's been so long since we could get to it. You all will get Christmas stretched out from me because it will be after Christmas when I get to it more than likely.

And so here is another Sundays with Santa from me, hopefully. A video of the last auction I went to. Didn't buy anything but if they had gotten to Christmas things a lot sooner I would have, more than likely. I was liking that Santa cookie jar and the Santa figurine!


Amy said...

The longer Christmas lasts the better! I keep telling hubby that someday I am going to have a Christmas room - where it is always Christmas!

Doll in the Looking Glass said...

Your blog certainly has lovely Christmas images -- you at least have Christmas in your heart even if you cannot get to your actual treasures. Have a very Merry Christmas.

Visiting from Sundays with Santa, Debra

Celestial Charms said...

Hi Cheryl,
Such wonderful items. Yes, the Santa cookie jar caught my eye too. So sorry lots of your Christmas things are out of reach. Don't feel bad, this year I decided to not clutter up the house with so many decorations, that I only decorated with about half my stuff. I've been so busy of late, that I just didn't want to deal with all the putting of it away. Have a wonderful week ahead.

Dorothy said... many Christmas things at the auction! That cookie jar was really cute!! The Christmas star looked nice too. I feel bad that you can't get to your Christmas decorations. Lots of people leave their things up into late January though. Hope you can get to them soon. What a busy week ahead. I've decided to have Christmas dinner at my house this year, but I'm keeping it easy because I'm not going to be in the kitchen all day just like any other day! It's Christmas and I'm going to enjoy the holiday too! Have a good week!

Joy Burkhart said...

Hi Cheryl,
Your blog looks so wonderful! I enjoyed your video - I was liking the cookie jar, too. :) I left my tree up one year until almost March - told my husband I was going to put 4-leaf clovers on it for St Pat's day. I'd love to have a Christmas room, too, one day. That would be a sure cure for the blues!
Thanks for your prayers for my Dad, too. I really do appreciate those! Thanks for stopping by and reading my prayer request for him!
Hope you all have a Merry Christmas, with or without your decorations. God knows your heart!