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12/8/14

Oh Christmas Tree


Snow gave way to rain just as Thanksgiving came and went. Thank goodness for the chilly air and boxes of new twinkle lights to keep things happy. We went to hunt down our tree for Christmas with my sister Amy and her boys last week...my favorite tradition. Forever rows of beautiful greens and wagons pulled by red-bowed horses hauling away fresh cut trees. Sappy fingers and red baby noses and the stirring feeling of nothing but lighter hearts and a season of hope to come.

8 comments:

  1. I want to do Christmas tree shopping exactly like this. Sadly impossible, because Florida. At least I get to live vicariously through your beautiful photos.

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  2. Beautiful photographs ! As long as I remember we have always had fake trees at home but I used to go with my sister and her husband (at the time) to pick one up in the forest and I will forever remember the glorious smell of a fresh cut tree ! Such lovely memories.

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  3. How fun! I have a fake tree now but I used to love going to look for the tree! Love all the little red details in this post. Hope you enjoy decorating and hanging ornaments :)

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  4. Love the idea of tree farm. We do not have those for Christmas trees in Slovakia, at least where i live. Great way to photo document the traditions. Im the same. Small things make us the happiest. Happy Holidays! Sonishka.blogspot.com

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  5. Such beautiful families and images of course! There is no tree farm around here like that- this one looks so cozy and fun- full of Christmas memories.

    p.s- I may have screamed in excitement to see a comment from you on my blog- literally made my week, as well I'm kinda head over heels for your blog and have been for quite some time!

    www.hollandsreverie.blogspot.com

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  6. So gorgeous!

    Real trees > fake trees ANY DANG DAY!

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  7. Absolutely love your photographs, beautiful as always. I hope that you guys have had a lovely Christmas!

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  8. Hi, I'm Sandra from Italy and today I've found your blog (through Pinterest) and I'm so happy about that! Just like to tell you!
    Happy new year to you all!

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