Hi Julie hope you and your family are keeping well.Love this post its so Christmasy. The icing on the cake is that cheeky little robin that keeps appearing in your photos........xx
You certainly make it interesting for the birds.
I love your wordless wednesday, so I hope you dont mind if I join in and post a wordless wednesday too? I am loving that last picture of the wendy/summer house all lite up, it looks super cosy..I can just imagine the hot chocolate and marshmallows now xx
Thanks Rebecca, Id love you to join in, I shall pop on over to you:) xxxx
What a lovely wordless Wednesday. I do enjoy watching the birds on the feeders, they need all our help at the moment.Carol xx
Love this post, especially your last picture, made me feel all warm and cosy.
Lovely pictures, the birds must feel very welcome over at yours - the squirrels have taken over at our bird feeder!
...us poor squirrels get such a bad press! lovely pictures....it all looks perfectly festive and very welcoming x
No! No! That's just the horrid grey ones....Vermin...! Not the Red or Vanilla ones.....They can have my nuts any day....(Can l say that). HeHe! :).And, yes, the summer house looks great, ALL lite up...!
Looks very Chrismassy there in your lovely garden - and the little lighted Summerhouse/potting shed? is delightful. Squirrels are busy in my garden foraging for acorns - we're not filling the feeders while we're away for the holidays - but on our return I know my birds will be awaiting a good meal!Happy Christmas - may your Holidays be merry and bright!Mary
Have a gorgeous gorgeous Christmas dear friend. Shall be thinking of you all.Gem x x x x x
Dearest adopted sis and bestest friend Julie! What a delightful post full of lovely photos! I loved seeing your sweet robin! You know how smitten I am with the British Robin! I am so happy he visits your magical garden and brings you so much joy! Your garden looks so festive and I know the birdies enjoy visiting you! Your tree is beautiful sweetie! Love the sweet ornaments! Your summerhouse looks very magical and Christmasy too! Wish I could fly across the pond and visit you dear heart! Thank you for your most lovely comment and sweet words! I adore you! I will write you soon, love. Take care! Love you bunches!!!! Paula xo
Awe, what a sweet little Robin. We have one that visits us as well..a cheeky lil guy. Such super cute Christmas Decorations :)Have a lovely weekend xMagie
makes me want to rush out and get some fat balls for the birds...they are in for a festive treat in your garden. i love your style and decorations on your tree ;0)merry festive wishes x
Thanks so much for your lovely comments on my blog. :-)Lovely, festive photos - I wish we had a visiting robin in our back garden.Gillian x
Hi Julie, lovely photo's. I'm so glad you like my crochet toadstool, it is very quick to make. I've just discovered that Fiona from Knit Knat Knot has taken over Tuesday's Tallies. I have just updated my blog with a link to her blog, I will get back onto larger projects after Christmas , now. Happy Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your family. Deb xxxxxx