Happy Holidays from the Disco Tree

I’m wishing everyone the very happiest of end of december holidays; whether you celebrate Hanukkah or Kwanzaa or Christmas or St Stephen’s Day or the solstice (I think I’m late on that one) or anything else. This has been a great year and I’m glad I was able to share it with you all.

The toddler picked the topper supplies.

I’m not sure what the whole state of the blog will be through the end of the year. Between Christmas, my husband’s birthday (and party) and my sister’s visit all happening before New Year’s Eve, the Baby Baby Lemon house is going to be a busy one. Have I mentioned that I haven’t started cleaning yet? I start cooking last night and the meatball army is 5 dozen strong.

I know I have a book review coming up and I’ll probably do Wordless Wednesday, but that might be it until next year (!). Did you see Mandy’s Year in Review on The Haps? It was the cutest thing ever and I am totally copying being inspired by her.

Happy Everything! If the holidays get you down, apply sparkles. For example, see below.

 

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6 Responses to “Happy Holidays from the Disco Tree”

  1. mandy says:

    i am so jealous of disco tree. Spencer is a decorating genius. merry christmas lady! hugs from washington.

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  2. Rebecca says:

    That is THE skinniest tree I have ever seen!

    I like it, it’s looks great! But someone! Give that tree a sammich!!

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    Amy Reply:

    That is too funny! We bought it precisely because it was so skinny. We have a small dining/living room and wanted something in the corner that wouldn’t take up too much space for the party we’re having the day after Christmas.

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  3. TMae says:

    I want your tree. I love it. Happy Holidays, friend o’ mine.

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  4. […] I always start out thinking my theme for Christmas is going to be minimalist chic or retro panache, but I always end up with GLITTER BALLS!!! as a theme. I can’t help it. I am a fan of the Christmas sparkle. See also: disco tree. […]

  5. […] P366: November 11 through November 17 I’m getting excited for Christmas already! Woot! My poor christmas birthday having, holiday hating husband might just have to suffer this year. I’m ready for glitter! bows! green things! disco tree! […]

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