I know…I have you all heading to your calendars trying to figure out what day it is. Well, it is December 26th. I promise that I tried to share my home tour (part 2) earlier but it didn’t happen. I’m just like you and have a list of things to do but just 24 hours in a day to get it all done. Obviously, it didn’t all get done at the Young house.
I shared my Holiday Home Tour 2020 earlier HERE. Today, I am going to show you a few other Christmas trees along with additional photos I did not share in the part 1.
This year, I was blessed to have my friend Shannon Jackson photograph my home for me. Most of the photos used are courtesy of Shannon. She is a talented photographer and it was a joy to have her spend the day with me taking photos, gossiping and just having fun. Some of the photographs are mine and you can easily tell her photos from mine. One of my 2021 goals is to improve my photography skills.
OK. I’ve talked enough. Roll those photos…..
The view of my Living Room tree with the Woodland Tree located in the Sunroom in the distance.
Woodland Tree in Sunroom
Snowman Tree in Lunchroom
On the opposite wall where the Snowman Tree is, I have a hot cocoa bar with lots of goodies!
I shared a few photos of my Dining Room Christmas Tree in part 1 but had a few more that I wanted to show you.
On the first tour I focused on Mary’s newest tree, The Strawberry Tree. She has two additional full-sized trees on the other side of her room. The first tree has a mixture of her favorite ornaments that include cats and Disney’s Rapunzel. Her second tree is called The Dance Tree and features ballet themed ornaments.
Below is a mixture of photos throughout the house that just didn’t make it on the first tour.
Since it’s 2020 and nothing is going as planned, I hope that you will overlook my tardiness and just pretend you saw this several days ago. Admit it, we stopped keeping tract of days and times back in March!
I hope that you enjoyed a good Christmas! My family’s plans were different this year (as I am sure your Christmas was, too) and I had to choose not to go to my dad’s family’s Christmas Eve dinner that I had never missed in 49 years. We spent Christmas Eve watching home movies.
I guess if we’ve learned anything this year, it’s not what we endure, but our endurance that counts. Friends, we’ve come such a long way and I am looking forward to continuing this path forward. I am thankful for all of you and appreciate you including me in your journey. Thank you stopping by Mulch and Paint today and visiting with me!
Until next time,
Please PIN this for later! There’s only 364 days until Christmas 2021!