Sunday, December 18, 2016

Christmas wreath

I've meant to post this since we got our wreath three weeks ago! The woman who owns the flower CSA (Community Supported Agriculture),


which I wrote about so often this summer, made it.


It also had two bulbs of garlic on it, but we brought them inside. Oh, and we are hoping to get the house painted this summer. It has been over a decade! Geez, Louise!

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  1. A beautiful wreath. Time does fly especially this time of year.

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    1. Thanks. Oh, it does. I can't keep up. ;<)

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  2. I love this wreath and also your new blog header. I hope you are enjoying this holiday season.

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    1. Thanks so much. I do love all the days coming up to Christmas. They are all part of Christmas to me.

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  3. Pretty wreath!
    Were you not tempted to take the hot peppers inside too?

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    1. Thanks. I've not ever used hot peppers. I'm sure that amazes you.

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  4. I was hoping you would post a wreath and am so happy that you did, Nan. It is beautiful and I do love those red chili peppers on it. How interesting to use them in an outdoor wreath, as well as the bulbs of garlic.
    I've been know to use the term "Geez Louise" and chuckled seeing it in your post.

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    1. It makes me feel great that you thought about the wreath. So thoughtful. The woman is an artist! Haha about Geez Louise. It's kinda perfect.

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  5. It's a beautiful wreath! I have never seen one with garlic, I think.
    Isn't it almost unbelievable how we have already had the 4th Advent Sunday, and Christmas is still almost a whole week away?
    The "Baby's first Christmas" ornaments are sweet!

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    1. My first thought when I heard about Berlin was of you. I've told Tom about the Christmas markets and how I'd love to go some day.
      That is one of her gifts - she uses different things from nature than are often seen. Thanks about the ornaments - they are much beloved.

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  6. "Tarrnation Farm"
    How much do I love that name????
    Fabulous wreath...sending best wishes for a joyous holiday season.
    xo

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    1. It is run by a woman and her dad and their last name is Tarr, so it is so perfect!! Thanks so much.

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  7. Beautiful wreath. Your CSA gardener has a very artistic eye!

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  8. She is as talented with the wreaths as with the flowers. It is beautiful and I love how she used what is left of her garden produce -- the garlic and chili peppers.

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    1. I love how she does this, too. In the bouquets and now in the wreaths. I've already signed up for next summer's CSA!

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  9. Merry Christmas to you and Tom and the kids and grands! Have a wonderful Holiday.

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    1. Thanks so much, and I wish the same to you!

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  10. My favorite kind of wreath! And I know houses have to be painted but there is a farmhouse beauty in that wood now, just the way it is.

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    1. Aw, thanks. Such a nice thing to say. The moldy look on the east side might change your mind, though. hahaha

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