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Photo: Bee and thistle: Taken high in the Cascade Mountains where there is a bee buzzing on every thistle. by Debora Rorvig

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Little Touches of the Season

My Christmas decorating will be a little subdued this year with the addition of puppy Koda to our pack. She has already confused balls of knitting yarn with her tennis ball-so I'm not going to tempt her with a tree laden with glass ball-shaped ornaments. This Christmas in the Rorvig household will probably be about small touches- little vignettes, carefully placed where playful paws can't get to them. These sweet vintage mugs were the first to come out. I imagine the couple on the mug as happy Christmas shoppers-he's offering to carry her packages. May your shopping be as festive and delightful.

And remember:

The manner of giving is worth more than the gift. ~Pierre Corneille, Le Menteur
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2 comments:

Red Gate Farm said...

Love the little mugs!

We have 3 dogs and have to be pretty careful too. Most of my special stuff and our tree is in our enclosed front porch... I can shut the door when the dogs aren't supervised! Altough the yellow lab has still mangage to mangle a few things over the years!

Chris
PS my daughter has a new puppy and she keeps her balls of yarn in a washed out 2 liter pop bottle that has the bottom cut off. Put the yarn up through the "spout" and it stays safe from curious helpers.

Scrabblequeen said...

I love your holiday "decor" here! I quite recall modifying the Christmas decorations many years, for both children and dogs.

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