Seasons Greetings from Whimsey Hill House

Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays

From my home Whimsey Hill House, to yours, I want to wish all of my readers a Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy, Peaceful and Prosperous New Year. For this post I’ve assembled some photos of Christmas trees and decorations that I’ve put up over the years.
The manger that I set up in the dining room was bought by parents for $9.95 at Montgomery Wards in the 1960&#039.  My father made the box from birch that he cut by hand at his parent's farm.

Here I am by the manger that I set up in the dining room; it was bought by my parents for $9.95 at Montgomery Wards in the 1960’s. My father made the box from birch branches that he cut by hand at his parent’s farm.

Different years I decorate different ways.  When I don't set up the manger in the dining room, I like to recycle my Christmas decorations throughout the house.

Different years I decorate different ways. When I don’t set up the manger in the dining room, I like to recycle my Christmas decorations throughout the house.

Different trees in the Dining Room over the years

Different trees in the Dining Room over the years

More Dining Room Trees

More Dining Room Trees

A big tree set up in the living room,  a tree in my TV room, and me by the Fire Place

A big tree set up in the living room, a tree in my TV room, and me by the Fire Place

For more pictures of Christmas at Whimsey Hill House click here.

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2 Responses to Seasons Greetings from Whimsey Hill House

  1. pbmgarden says:

    Enjoyed the tour of decorations Fred. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

    • The Happiest of New Years to you too pbmgarden. I’m guessing, but soon it will be like Spring in your neck of the woods. Here in the northeast I have to wait almost four months until Spring comes again. But, around mid January stores will start selling seed packets, and I can’t wait to go through what they have to offer. This last gardening season I started some plants from seed (haven’t done that for years) and I was quite successful. This year I want to try all kinds of annual seeds and see what happens ;-}

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