Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Christmas Wishes and Brisbane Weather.

My silver reindeer are rearing to go as they wait for their serviettes. They have been pain-stakingly scrubbed and polished this week to keep up with all the other silver allowing for their best presentation ever on the Christmas table. Poor little chap in the centre, his circular holder has snapped off. He will be watching with his mate this year. Just as well that I have eight of these fellows and only six for Christmas lunch!

Looks like a wet Christmas for us here in Brisbane. Rain is forecast until at least Tuesday next week. Needless to say, my roses are enjoying the rain and I think they look amazing smothered in raindrops.

Wishing you all a very Happy and Safe Christmas.

Thanks for:

making me feel welcome in the blogging world this year
 reading my stuff
looking at my photos
following me
inspiring me
making me laugh
making me cry
 thanks for your fabulous comments
and thanks for your support.

Take Care and Merry Christmas!



Paint Me White said...

Pam those silver reindeers are divine. Have a good one and look forward to blogland in 2011. Sandy xx

kit and nancy. said...

hi pam! thank you for your lovely comments throughout the last few months. i wish you a wonderful christmas and many happy returns for the new year. your reindeer are just divine! loo forward to some festive pics. lots of blog love, lau xx

Make mine Mid-Century said...

Merry Christmas Pam.

I always like the broken ornaments or, in this case, serviette holders. There's something a bit humble about them.

(What sort of camera do you use?)

brismod said...

Your poor little reindeer - maybe now he can be a decoration for your tree!

Have a fabulous Christmas, Pam!

xx Anita

Restyled Vintage said...

You are very welcome, Pam!

xx Karen

Just Martha said...

Such a gorgeous blog and a gorgeous lady. Have really enjoyed sailing with you and also seeing your beautiful photos...Merry Christmas

delia hornbook said...

Pam your roses look beautiful and i can smell them from here on this freezing snow covered day they have made me feel warm, gorg photo's. I adore your reindeer, have a lovely christmas, Dee x

Ky said...

Pam, it's been an absolute pleasure following you this year! I wish you and yours a very happy Christmas. Be safe and see you in 2011.

Ky xx

Sarah B said...

What stunning photos, especially the roses, they look amazing. Have a lovely Christmas and thanks so much for your lovely comments on my blog :)

*Spring Blossom* said...

Thank you for sharing your lovely world with us!!!
I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas and a fantastic New Year :)

Mandy said...

Hi Pam,
Wishing you a Merry Christmas from England where we have snow again this morning.
I love your rose photos and have enjoyed reading your blog.
Thanks for sharing.
Daisy xx

Jillys Stuff said...

May you and your family and all of your followers have a very special and fun filled Christmas Day!

Best Wishes from Canada
Jill of Jillys Stuff

Vintage from the Village said...

Have a great time, I love the reindeers !
Love Sue x

Jenevieve said...

Gorgeous photos! I love the reindeer, maybe the broken one can just be a pretty decoration instead! Have a fantastic Christmas! :) x

Anonymous said...

Beautiful pictures!!!
I wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Carla said...

I am sorry to hear about the rain and your beautiful roses. Paris has been cold and I feel like escaping to Australia but sounds like your weather isn;t much better. Wishing your a wonderful Christmas. Carla

Sanne said...

Dear Pam,

love your reindeers very much , they look so cute...we had a lot of snow the last to have some rorses like you now....

Wish a very merry christmas to you and your family !!!!

All the best from a very cold Germany,

Favourite Vintage Finds said...

Dear Pam,

Happy Christmas! Always enjoy visiting your lovely blog!

theoldboathouse said...

Hi Pam, merry Christmas my friend, see you in the new year, cheers Katherine


Hi Pam, Have a lovely Xmas and hope the weather in Brisbane gets better. We drove south to Forster and so far the weather has held out... not too sure for how long though :) Cooking for six this year and have limited decorations so will have to see what we can pull together for our centre piece. Have fun, Lisa

DragonflyLanternshop said...

Happy Xmas!! I'd love for the rain to stop .... even just for 2 days!

Michaja said...

Dear Pam
It was a pleasure to have discovered you blog! Love visiting you.
I wish you a merry christmas and tht thenew year may give you all you wish for!

Fish Tail Cottage said...

love seeing your photo's of the roses....thank you for posting!

Thea said...

Have a Happy New Year Pam. xx