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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas around Hootin' Anni's place!!!




...and by the week's end, there is a cold front moving into our area....predicted lows will be in the 30 degree range with rain. Ummmmm, maybe spitting snow? With those temps, snow is possible. Just a pipe dream probably. It DID snow here on Christmas Eve 2004....We'll see.

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  1. You take the snow and maybe I can have some sunshine. Loving all your decorations. That one in the very top right picture is so pretty. I still haven't gotten my stuff out

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    1. At least if it DOES snow here, it won't last the morning once the temps get above the freezing mark.

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  2. Very Christmas-y looking, all right. I saw that the entire east coast will be suffering from a blizzard. We are having cold and clear days for a change. I got my down jacket out again. :-)

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    1. I will really enjoy the cold after our long, hot summer!!

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  3. that cold front will put us in the 40's.. brrr... LOVE that glowing poinsettia glass. so beautiful and it does look like Chrismtas at your house, I see lots of pretty things I love

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    1. Glad to know you found lotsa pretties here.

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  4. Hello, everything looks so festive and pretty. Lovely decorations. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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  5. Lovely and festive!

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  6. You just reminded me to get James ready. We haven't begun to decorate. Your festive mood might do the trick for me! Lovely eye candy for me straight from Texas!

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    1. Ya, Get James all gussied up for the season...just 3 wks 'til Christmas. Thanks Ms. G

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  7. I love this! I really enjoy seeing blogger's decorations, and yours are among the best!! It is hard to pick, but I think the train is my favorite. Plus your gorgeous last picture. Even look at the beautiful reflections and the way the light and shadow are.

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  8. Looks very festive and pretty.

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  9. Lovely Christmas photos ~ so colorful and creative ~ Keep the snow ~ I am worn out from snow ~

    Happy Week to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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    1. It's raining right now, heavily....maybe some snow flurries in our future? Probably not.

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  10. A different world in my part of Texas. We need a good freeze to kill insects. Much too hot for December. You have doe a super job on your decorations. I do not do much of that anymore.

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    1. Well, we had summer yesterday morning, but by 2 PM we had winter!!!

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  11. Oh! Such beautiful and colorful Christmas decor. So pretty. We are finally getting cooler temps and it is raining. Snow flurries possible this weekend.

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    1. Again, last night's weatherman on our local TV reiterated that snow is possible...slim chance, but possible.

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  12. Your decorations look good. I expect many of those ornaments have a story to tell.

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  13. Your weather sounds like the same predicted here for KY. Cold here, this afternoon and into the week. Maybe snow later! Woot! Love your decor!

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    1. Good thing about weather here, it soon returns to "hot". LOLOL

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  14. Beautiful Christmas decorations Anni! We have the same weather forecast as you do. It snowed once on Christmas here in north Florida that I can remember, but that was a long time ago. My kids even made a small snowman in my front yard that year.

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    1. Oh I remember laughing like a crazy woman when it snowed here...our neighbors were out with a farm implement type shovel, scooping their sidewalk and playing. And being from Colorado, I just got the biggest kick from their enjoyment of it all.

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  15. It got cold here today! I guess not super cold but felt cold compared to what it has been for the last week or more. Wondering what you consider cold, too. We may have snow showers this coming weekend...

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    1. When your used to temps being mild and warm in the winter, Cold is COLD!!

      And mixed with high humidity 50 degrees and winds, makes it feel more like 30s.

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  16. It's looking festive! It's 30 here, cold is supposed to stay and snow is on the way!

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    1. Just so your weather doesn't turn dangerous and nasty!!!

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  17. Beautiful, fabulous decorations. Your wonderful photos put me in the Christmas mood. :-)
    Have a lovely day!

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    1. Thanks, have a lovely day yourself!!!

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  18. Lovely Christmas things and: hohoho, we had a little snow!
    Send you a snowflake from far and cold Germany

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    1. Well, we didn't get any snow.😔

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  19. What beautiful Christmas treasures you have, Anni. Your decorations will certainly make up for the lack of snow, I'm sure. And, trust me, snow is highly overrated from my perspective...a coastal creature living our here on the lone prair-ee where the wind does, indeed, blow free (and cold).
    Hugs, and warmest wishes for the holiday season...
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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