Thursday, December 21, 2006

A Glimpse of Christmas at Our House

Here you go. Real adventure coming soon (Miyuki's school, Thanksgiving), but in the meantime, here are a couple of photos.

I know, the "snow" is pink. But it was the only sheet I had that I was willing to use as a tree skirt. Behold, the world's dryest Christmas tree. I think they cut them in the US in September and put them on a slow boat to Japan. Yes, Virginia, that IS a Christmas tree on a tatami mat floor. (For those who care, there is traditional tinsel, even if I didn't manage the popcorn and cranberry strings, and the lights are multi-colored. The lights are always multi-colored. We keep a diverse tree, thankyouverymuch.)

I do have to admit...I Photoshopped out the cord for the star. It's pretty ugly, and since we have no outdoor outlets, the black cord travels down the wall and into the house via the mail slot. Oh well...I love my star, with its gentle glow and its star-shaped holes. All my neighbors aren't quite sure what to think, though.


Miz BoheMia said...

Well, I for one love your star my friend!

May you and your wonderful hubby have a fabulous Christmas and a beautiful New Year! Besos!

Carolie said...

Thank you, thank you, dear friend! :)

Wishing you Joy, Peace & Health!

Mary P. said...

Merry Christmas!