M is for Merry Christmas!


M is for Merry Christmas. . .




and Magnolia. . .



and Mahonia. . .


M is for Merry Christmas

and Mary :)


Wishing you & your family

the Merriest of Christmases!


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18 responses to “M is for Merry Christmas!

  1. Happier Than A Pig in Mud

    This is the first time I’ve seen Mahonia, it’s really beautiful! Merry Christmas Mary:@)

  2. Rhonda Steelman

    I do enjoy your posts – keep them coming. They are an armchair vacation for me!

  3. M is for marvelous, meaningful and always wanting MORE! Merriest of days to you~

  4. M is for Mary’s Magical Masterpieces! Merry, Merry, Mary! ~ Sarah

  5. Many years ago when I lived in Anderson SC, I had several mahonia bushes in the back,,,and my mother had several planted in the back yard of their house in Greensboro…I loved using the branches in swags over doorways!
    An old fashioned plant not many know about.

    Merry Christmas, Mary!

  6. I hope you had a wonderful day, Mary! We sure did. Tomorrow we all hang out, go to a movie and thenThurs. my son and sister go back to Fl. I sure wish he lived closer. I miss him so much and it has been so wonderful to be with him. XO, Pinky

  7. So, so pretty…..love the greenery!

    Feliz Navidad!

  8. Penny C. aquila

    So glad that I stumbled upon your site….love your photography !

  9. I hope your Christmas was magical, musical, and merry to the maximum!

  10. Mary…the bench is magnificent!…always love what you do to decorate it….Hope you had a most joyous Christmas with your family!!

  11. Beautiful!! Love the greenery with the wrought iron bench. My first time visiting your blog…….so glad I did! Happy New Year!

  12. Very Beautiful. Love the bench. What a great idea. Thanks for sharing. Karie

  13. Very pretty! I love all of the different greenery.
    Happy Holidays!

  14. Beautiful greenery. Makes me happy. I know you had fun gathering the fresh greens.

  15. Great to have you at Seasonal Sundays!

    Happy New Year!

    – The Tablescaper

  16. I just found you a couple of weeks ago and I can’t believe all I missed. I have to take time and go visit some of your older posts. You did a wonderful job on eerything!!!! xo Diana

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