This is my last post on Robbie’s Inspiration for 2019. What a wonderful year it has been with lots of interesting new posts to read here on WP and elsewhere in the blogosphere, introductions to new authors and writers and lots of amazing books to read and review. The poetry readathon will continue next year for a few weeks as I still have a few lovely poetry books to tell you about.
I thought I would end this year’s post with some pictures of my Christmas Chaos Tree and some of my favourite Christmas decorations from past travels. I collect new ones from the places we travel too during the course of the year. My Christmas tree is decorated every year by children and I just love what they do. I have never had a sophisticated Christmas tree in my life and I think it is to late for me to change now.
Thank you, Hailey and Charlotte for your lovely effort with this year’s Christmas tree
From New Zealand
From Budapest – the boot in the background was made by Michael when he was 18 months old.
From the Bronte Museum, Haworth
I have seen some lovely Christmas tree posts over the past few days.
One is by Pam Wight over at roughwighting who has shared her Christmas tree decorations memories here : https://roughwighting.net/2019/12/20/not-just-ornamental/
Another is by blogger extraordinaire, John Rieber, who shares the most interesting and extraordinary posts and photographs. Can you believe that John has a bacon and a cheeseburger decoration? You can see them here: https://johnrieber.com/2019/12/21/christmas-is-all-around-90210-lights-up-sushi-ornaments-swinging-burgers-a-holiday-six-shot-saturday/
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and see you on 1 January 2020 with a review of my goals from 2019 and my new ones for 2020.