Wednesday, December 17, 2014

A GOLD CHRISTMAS


All through September, October and November I looked for the trees in front of our balcony to turn to Fall colors.  They would not...stayed green, and I was wondering if they would ever turn.


They waited for Winter, and now we are getting the Fall colors.  HaHa


So we are gong to have a "GOLD" Christmas at the Treehouse.  When I read some of your blogs, the trees are heavy laden with snow.  Some will have a White Christmas...we'll settle for Gold!

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  1. Wanda, I would prefer a gold Christmas too. I hope you are enjoying your views. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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    1. I really am enjoying the view from the balcony. Wonder if all the leaves will fall, and we'll have bare trees.

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  2. Beautiful - I love gold. We had the most beautiful snowfall last week but it is history now. Everything is grey and slushy. I would like some gold!

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    1. I think a white Christmas would be special. Doubt very much I'll ever see one in So. CA.

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  3. Gold is golden! But I wouldn't mind seeing some snow in January. Right now, no snow is better for Christmas traveling.

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    1. Gold for my golden years....? I do enjoy seeing the snow in pictures from other bloggers.

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  4. seriously I would take golden over all this snow any day, honest, that is a beautiful view!

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    1. Laurie, I do love our view. Green, gold, or bare, I love our balcony.

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  5. Our trees have been bare now for some time. And today it's dreary and gray outside, plus it seems colder then usual.

    About the "F" word, I debated about putting that on my blog, but I thought it was rather cute and clever and most grown ups have heard the word and needless to say most children have also.

    Hope you and your family have a very Blessed Merry Christmas.

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    1. Patty you always chose things with good taste on your blog. I think everyone understood your intent.
      Merry Christmas dear friend, say Hi to Abe.

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  6. That reminds me of Christmas in Florida. I like snow for two days...Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. xo Diana

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    1. Yes, it would be fun to pick and choose our days for snow, sunshine, and rain.

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  7. Hey, I'd take a gold christmas.......I bet the Packer fans would like gold and green even more, but I am not a sports fan. In this part of the state we have a few dots of snow here and there, enough for me.

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    1. We are sports fans, and I didn't even think of that when I posted the pictures. You have a good eye.

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  8. Well I guess it's better late than never, right? We won't be having a white Christmas here in GA. But, we are expecting a very cold and wet day on Christmas. January is when we usually get snow (if we're going to see any).

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  9. gold is all good! Much warmer! Thanks for stopping by today Wanda!

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  10. A golden Christmas sounds fine! :) ours most likely to remain gre and wet...

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  11. Your tree house view is lovely in any season! Enjoy this Christmas in your beautiful home.

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  12. The apple trees are always one of the last trees to give up and shed their leaves here. I think by the time your trees get naked, it will be time for them to get dressed again.

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  13. i love gold leaf trees - i know when i lived down the mountain i always wished for snow for Christmas. We lived in the foothills about 2000 feet for 30 years and maybe three times we had a dusting of snow. Now all I have to do is drive up the hwy about 10 minutes and see it - but i know we will get some here also ...we just didn't with the last storm. Love your little tree house.

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