Saturday, December 25, 2010

Christmas in Tucson, 2010 Part 1

Santas in the entryway.
It's good having a house to call our own.  For the first time since we left California, I unpacked ALL of my Christmas decorations.  We put up a tree in New Orleans, but the house was too small to pull all the decorations out.  There are a lot, ok, lots and lots.  I've been collecting Santas for a long time.  I also have ornaments that belonged to both of my grandmothers, as well as both of our parents. 

Snowmen on the buffet.

Christmas trees, Santas, and Angels in the family room.  Hotai is also dressed for the holidays.

No room for books, too many Santas!
Most of the Christmas decorations survived the flood, since they were stored upstairs.  Only the box of snow globes drowned.  They were stored under the guest bed downstairs.  Snow and water don't mix. haha

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