Sunday, December 30, 2012

"MAYBE. JUST MAYBE ....

... there is one more Christmas treat hidden in there!"  -  Winnie the Hopeful.
"Nope Winnie.  Christmas is gone now and we put away the decorations.  Getting ready for New Years."  -  RG the Quick.

"And look here!  The daffodils that are wintering over are sticking out already!  There is hope for the Spring!"  -  RG the Confident.

9 comments:

Crafty Green Poet said...

oh Winnie, I'm sure you've had lots of Christmas treats, more to come for New Year though!

SixBunnies said...

Winnie's robes are showing! What a sweetie-pooh!

Those are my favorite flowers! We used to celebrate Daffodil Day at the bank where I used to work on the day they would bloom at the home office in Delaware!

Lalis said...

I know how Winnie feels...

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

I think the hidden Christmas treat is soft and black and snuggly, or it's the poinsettia being nibbled on by aforementioned fluffy being, or is Winnie just hiding from the Broomer? You be the judge. There is something so tender about those shoots. Looking forward to more pictures...Happy New Year, HOR! Any New Year Resolutions anyone there named RG thinking about making? Free hints available through January 5th then it's back to regular pricing. BL, bunnies, and kitty are of course perfect already.

bunnits said...

Well, Winnie, it is kind of a downer when all those decorations get put away, but you have the new year to look forward to. And daffodils!

speedyrabbit said...

Happy New ear to HOR!Winnie ther are always treat no matter what time of year..hehehe,xx Speedy
P.s our christmas will finish after 7th jan then we will take the decorations down,xx

RoadBunner said...

Ah, Winnie! I'm with you. Tree still up and no rush to put it away just yet :)

brandi said...

But think of St. Valentine's Day decorations! Pink, red, white and black hearts and message candy and cherry heart shaped lollipops! And mystery secret admirers sending notes about eternal love!!! And all the heart lace doilies and balloons and chocolates!

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

Growing up, the Christmas tree had to be taken down by St. Valentine's Day, well sort of. Thanks for bringing back the memories, Brandi!