Sherlock, and a little decking the halls.
for a very special project.
I fluffed over a dozen Christmas trees
one withTeddy bears,
but that is not all.
There were about 20 different trees in all.
covered the walls to make them magical and built a tower of presents.
with Lowe’s and the Boys & Girls Club.
There is so much more- and I will be sharing some photography from the project in a separate post- as well as a video. Yep, there was a production crew who were capturing it all.
I ordered some fresh greens from a California supplier a couple days ago and they arrived yesterday
and I also bumped into a bunch of peonies at the store while picking up Thanksgiving treats.
|courtesy of PBS|
She loves it. Like Loves it loves it. Okay, Obsessed might be a better word.
So we have been watching an episode a night for the past few nights
and we are officially now done with Season two
and I might have picked up a bit of a British accent in the process.
Did you know they have only a few episodes for each season and that they are 1 1/2 hours long each?
Kind of insane- and like watching a movie -but if you are into Sherlock and solving mysteries
you might enjoy it if you haven’t seen it yet. I’ll keep you posted on how
the next season goes.
4. Decking the halls
On December 1st, I will be joining Jennifer Rizzo in kicking off her annual Holiday Housewalk- and will be sharing a tour of some of our home dressed for Christmas.
This week on the HomeGoods blog, I shared a few simple place setting ideas
I am off to grab another cup of coffee and get back to work.
But stay tuned for a diy on how to make a fresh green wreath
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