A Post of Christmas Past


Christmas 2011
This Christmas post was from my very first year of blogging.
I can remember just how exciting and fun it was to share my Christmas decorating with you that year!
You might remember we were living on Lake Superior, way out in the woods then.
I think this photos been repinned something like 69 times off of my  Pinterest board.
 Christmas 2012

                                                                   Christmas 2012

Okay, here we go again!
The porch decorated at Christmas 2012.
 I think this version might have only been repined 8 times.
Not that that matters, it’s all about what we like, right?
Christmas 2013

Last years Christmas décor was all about the Polar Bears.
Now Christmas 2014, as you know, we are not spending in our home.
But stay tuned, because this is not going to deter me from creating a Christmas photo for this year too.
I’ll just have to put on my furry rabbit thinking cap and come up with something unique.
I do have much of the holidays off now, so I am busy with last minute gifts I’m sewing for the staff here.
I know, it’s crazy!
Wish me luck in getting them done……
I’d best be off to bed now, morning will arrive before I know it!
Tomorrow is the beginning of the days getting longer here in the Yukon.
 I wonder if that means sunrise will be before 9:30 AM now?


17 thoughts on “A Post of Christmas Past

  1. Your Christmas decorations are so very charming. I found a brand new pair of skates that I was going to use as a Christmas wreath, but I had my youngest granddaughter try them on and they fit, so they will be put to better use 🙂 I can not imagine living where it is so cold and where the days are so short in the winter. I am one of those people that get the wintertime blues from not having enough sunshine. I have found that taking vitamin D truly helps. Here's wishing you a marvelous Christmas.Your blogging sister, Connie 🙂


  2. I remember these beautiful posts from the past and love them all! The sun doesn't rise until 9:30? Yikes. I would find that very difficult to take and I can understand why you are excited about the lengthening of the days even though it won't be noticeable for a while yet. Have fun with your sewing. Your staff will be blessed to receive something homemade for Christmas. Have a blessed holiday Kimberly. Hugs. Pam


  3. It's fun to see some of your older posts! Gosh, we forget from year to year don't we? I'm doing some last minute gift sewing too. Good luck getting yours done and Merry Christmas to you and your husband!


  4. Kimberly,I love all of your Christmas decorations at your home. Even though you're not home for Christmas, you'll come up with some wonderful idea for the holidays. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year To You and Yours!!!Stay warm, be safe, don't over work, and have fun 🙂


  5. Kimberly, I wish you the best…how do you stand so much night time. I love your decorating skills. So cute and clever. Just be safe and stay healthy for the holidays. Blessings, xoxo, SusieP.S. Merry Christmas


  6. you are the best and I bet the staff are going to be thrilled over what you make — have a safe and wonderful Christ center Christmas which you already show already and all year around.. keep warm..Hugs


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