I show you photos every year, so this year I just took my iPhone as my camera and tried to limit myself.
Wights Garden Center is noted all around the area as the premier Christmas shop. If you want to see glitz and glitter and trees stuffed with wonderful things you can buy and take home with you, this is the place.
This is about as close to a White Christmas as we will get this year here in Puget Sound Country. The weather man says we might have a dry Christmas and that would be good. No weather related travel worries for our Christmas in Evergreen.
There was a Seahawks tree, of course!
And plenty of material to take home to create your own Christmas bling.
Molbak's has a fair amount of glitter too, but what I like best here is the actual plants.
Jan and Mavis posed for me in front of the poinsettia tree. Since then they have both been sick, and Jan is battling pneumonia. We were supposed to be hosting a dinner party tonight, but too many of our guests are sick, so it has been canceled. Our friends are on our minds this evening.
They have quite a selection of wonderful stuffed animals on display. The chickens are my favorite.
Tuesday we were invited to brunch with other retired teacher friends. Becky is a wonderful host. The food was deliciousand the table was beautiful. The visiting was great fun too.
The last two days we have opened the gift wrapping shop and have been busy creating fun packages for everyone on our list.
We find boxes from our storage in the garage, Tom wraps and I do the bows and tags.
The fun continues.