This year we’re starting the happy Christmas tour in the kitchen, and of course I have a few plaid accents. I don’t know how to decorate any other way. With all the plaid patterns available these days, it’s impossible for me to pass up. As you scroll through you will notice a hint of plaid in almost every photo. Continue reading
Last Christmas, Angus was a wee puppy getting into whatever mischief he could reach. If you know anything about wheaten terriers, you know they typically take at least three years to grow out of their insufferable puppy stage. I keep telling myself, one day he will become a great companion just like our Sandy. Until then, I’m keeping the decorating simple, which means no Christmas tree again this year. Instead I’m decorating Christmas in plaid with stockings, pillows, plates, napkins, ribbons and a bunting.