Monday, December 5, 2011

Day 9?

Ok it's becoming a blur now.
My one photo a day challenge to myself hasn't gone as well as I had planned....
but for those of you that know me or ones that have read my blog for the past couple of years
know that I get swapped with work this time of year.

I'm here late tonight too.

This photo was taken on one of those late nights.

I actually like working at night with only a few twinkle lights around my work area.

It's the one time I get to take a break from Christmas music.
Don't get me wrong I like it, but hey I need a break now and then:)

Ok better get back to work.

Oh one more thing....
Go see Laura's post on Paula's house all decorated for Christmas.

a true Winter Wonderland

Have a good night!


The Sweetest Days said...

You'd think one photo a day would be easy, right? Wrong. It's still work and at the end of a long day it's one more thing to do. Don't stress yourself Carole about blogging. It's not worth it.

I love all the bokeh in that photo! Can you believe how warm it is? Wow! said...

Go home Carole:) it's 9:30!!!! You need to relax . Lol I read Lauras blog and Paulas home is gorgeous as always . Can't wait to see her post on you:) I know it will be beautiful .Good night my friend;) -Debra xxx capers of the vintage vixens

Laura @ 52 FLEA said...

You work too hard Carole!
It's a good thing you're a night owl...
...and a work horse!
It was so great to see you even if it was for a short visit. Thanks for taking the time to come and chat for a bit...I can't believe you had to go back and make more wreaths at 11 pm!!
Your shop was amazing and I'm loving all the treasure I brought home with me!!
Now...have a Silent Night!

time worn interiors said...

I know what you mean about the Christmas music, after you listen to it for 8 hours it's like someone scratching their nails on a chalk board!!

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

This one is a very nice photo! Love those lights in the background. This is a beautiful space to spend late nights. I hope you don't have to do it too much!

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

Hi Carole, I decorated our tree while listening to Dean Marting singing Christmas songs. Even though I love our American Christmas CDs (I never listen to German Christmas music), I can hardly imagine to having them played for the whole day for weeks. So I can very well imagine that you enjoy the late evenings when you can take a break, at least from the music.
Hugs to you, my friend,

oldgreymare said...

I did not make it by today it is already Tuesday...And I cannot think of anything clever to quip about and my head is drooping and my eyes are closing so I'll catch you on the later side of Tuesday.

It's beautiful girlie, and crystal hearts too????? Are you doing this deliberately?

SueAnn said...

Fa la la la la!!! Tis the season!! That little bird ornie is so adorable!!

Bead and Needle said...

LOVE that little bird...and I never thought about the Christmas music thing, but it would probably be like the year we did the big art show here, in a park, where they stuck us next to the Peruvian Pan Flute Band...there are only so many times you can hear El Condor Pasa and keep your wits about you.

And, I lied last week (not intentionally), but she IS in the mail as of Sunday morning, and you should have something by tomorrow latest, I would imagine. Happy Tuesday, Carole - don't work so hard!

Itchin' Stitchin' said...

Oh having a shop this time of year must be so fun!! I understand about the Christmas music, I'm not a big fan of it myself.

Dorthe said...

Such a beautiful little fellow- and then nesting next to those gorgeous hearth crystals.
A wonderful photo dear .

A Cottage Muse said...

I loved Laura's post and I love this one too!

vicki said...

Hi Carole -
Your one photo a day seems like such a good idea ~~ where does the time go? I know your days right now are SO busy - cant even imagine how you are getting it all done!

I am enjoying your photos - little glimpses of the shop~~ am so looking forward to the big preview coming later I am sure!

Wish I could be there to walk around and gaze upon all the holiday splendor that I know you are creating~~


ps - your blog header is fabulous!!