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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Too much is not enough Part II


Too much is not enough.



That's my Motto and I'm sticking to it!




It said so on the inside of a pair of shoes I once owned.

The shoes are long gone but the Motto has stuck.

Happy Christmas decorating my dear Blogging Friends

Gina





10 comments:

  1. Looking at the images of your beautifully decorated home, I can't but wholeheartedly agree with you, Gina!

    I spy Ozark oranges!
    I used to collect them on walks when I was still living in DC, no more. Here, they appear in florist shops, but rarely (I am told they come from Hungary). Have not seen them yet this year.

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  2. That was cute - and sometimes too too true!

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  3. Such a beautiful and colourful mosaic. Merry Christmas. V

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  4. Dear Merisi, I was surprised to find Osage Orange trees growing in Utah. These trees are very old and very tall. You don't want to park your car under the trees late Fall. Apparently, Brigham Young (1801-1877) Mormon Leader brought them to Utah.
    I love them for their bright green colors.

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  5. Absolute gorgeousness...is that a word, if not, it is now...wow images, just make me happy, all of them. I am such a wimp with colour and you decorate so vividly and I really like what I see. Merry Christmas Blessings~

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  6. Hello Lynne, thank you for your visit. I always enjoy reading your blog posts. They are interesting, informative and beautiful...the perfect combination.

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  7. Hello Pondside, love your comment. Wishing you and yours a wonderful Christmas.

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  8. Hello Gardening in a Sandbox, And a Merry Christmas to you and your family. Thank you so much for your visit. Gina

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  9. Dear Mary, I have always been drawn to color. My eyes go directly to the flowers in a room where there is no color.
    Your wildlife photographs are outstanding. What a pleasure it is to visit your blog.

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