Friday, December 15, 2006

tree decorations

Peyton and Coco lounge while we decorate the Christmas tree

10 comments:

Nickatnite1962 said...

I always like to play the classic Holiday movies when I put my tree up. My all time favorite is "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer"


-Nick Detaranto

~jolene said...

Meant to mention in my ealier post - loved your work in Somerset Gallery, Winter 2007 -- your vellum papers teamed with chunky books! What a great combo! The depth the vellum creates just draws you in...

I'm so proud to be in the same issue as YOU! :)

Anonymous said...

I think it is fantastic that Peyton has a chew toy as shown in this updated photo link. I just hope Coco adjusts to the impacted senses of hearing, sight, and smell! (just kidding!)

Happy Holidays to Peyton, Coco and all the rest of ac's family and her fellow blog readers!

;-)
-j

Amanda said...

let's hope peyton doesn't make coco xmas dinner. :) i got in the holiday mood with the dvd of MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS. :)
-amanda
:)
amandaromantic.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

hope u get brown paper packages tied up with string for xmas.

Chickity China said...

Adorable! My cats are always around when we put up the tree. Thankfully, they don't try to climb it but they do enjoy being around to watch what goes on. Can't decorate the tree or wrap presents without Christmas music. And I'm anxiously await the annual Andy Williams special on PBS. LOVE it!

Happy holidays!

Bernie Berlin said...

I just wanted to pop in and say Hi!!
What a pleasant surprize to see the ATC book up on your blog:) Thanks so much for being a part of it!!
Will you be at CHA??
If so I would love to get together.
Blessings and Light to you sweet lady...

tiffini elektra x said...

Adorable! Both Coco and Peyton - that dog is just such a doll!

Anonymous said...

I heard that a particularly talented dancing elf was also in attendance: (lol)
video link here

Happy Holidays to ac and all fellow ac blog fans everywhere!

;-)
-j

:: jozjozjoz :: said...

That is an adorable photo! Thanks for sharing!