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This is a continuation from my blog... "How to downsize with minimal fuss."           

 This blog "How to downsize with minimal fuss" was a scroll stopper.. to say the least. It was a cracking, absolute, ripper, best selling blog ever.,


A BLOCK BUSTER!

Well no money changed hands, and I am still a poor penniless blogger, but it has the most reads of any of my blogs to date. This at least makes me feel important enough to do a sequel!

Settling in takes months, I still today, keep reorganising certain areas trying to fit things in, in a more precise way. My home is almost how I want it now. Although if you visit don't just sit yourself down in a chair you think is forever in a certain spot. Chances are it has been shifted to an even more certain spot!

* My images have a Christmasy theme as I am like the early bird, I seem to be looking for the worm way ahead of all others.
* I hope you find the Christmas decorating ideas useful. For me it is always difficult decorating in a hot climate over the Christmas season. Many ideas that we read about and see are for cold climates, but you can incorporate them into your lifestyle and home in a way that suits.
* I love candles and they look so cosy but year after year, I have to wait to light them till about 9.30pm... and then the ceiling fan blows them all out and then... they heat up the room more than you like... and then...and then... and then .....I just blow them all out and go to bed!

*Thanks so much for reading my blog....W.
Get the camera and start shooting. (Myself in the reflection.)
To the dressing room, time to get dressed.
Beautiful hallway hooks I purchased in Geraldine NZ.
Easy chair, still in the process of reupholstering..
Table in lounge
Painting by my daughter in law. This was a church in Urval France, which we visited many years ago.
Pampas
The black and white mobile we made for the new born babe.
Blue this years Christmas colour
I used my own photographs as name tags for pressies.
Black star
Christmas stars in window
White star
I see the star!
Kitchen
Lounge
Dining room
Candles
Old fallen leaves collected for Christmas
Lounge coffee table
Little houses in the window
Little houses

Merry Christmas!! W. 

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Guest - jmeyersforeman on Monday, 05 November 2018 20:34

HI Wendy, love the post, I remember reading the previous one about your move. We moved 4 months ago it does take a while to settle it! I love the idea of using photos as tags on the presents, I think I might just steal that idea from you this year!

HI Wendy, love the post, I remember reading the previous one about your move. We moved 4 months ago it does take a while to settle it! I love the idea of using photos as tags on the presents, I think I might just steal that idea from you this year!
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Through the beautiful art of photography, I hope that you enjoy the vibrance of the Southern parts of our earth.