Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Happy Holidays!

It's getting to look a lot like Christmas at the Womerlippi Farm.

We now have fully lit, fully decorated trees, one in the house, one outside. Aimee has wrapped most of her gifts, and begun addressing cards.

The indoor tree was a balsam fir I found on our leased land. The outdoor tree is the one that lives at the bottom of our lawn.

I like to decorate with lights. My one energy weakness. I guess you could say we save energy all year, so we don't mind a small splurge at holiday time.

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