Hoe, Hoe, Hoe

We've thrown out the the pretty wrapping papers and stored the leftovers to eat some another day. All around, people are sitting and reflecting about Christmas... gifts given and gifts received, beautiful church services and bright holiday lights, family and friends, and why did we all eat so much?

Maybe some of us are thinking, "I wonder when was the last time I watered the poinsettias and why didn't Santa take them?"

But who is thinking that they got the perfect Christmas ornament?

I am.

Actually, I got several perfect ornaments, but one in particular has my attention.

I got a hoe ornament to put on my tree. Isn't it beautiful?

Comments

  1. carol - what an awesome ornament! Merry Christmas!

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  2. Carol: Today is Christmas Day and I wanted to come by and say:
    May the Spirit of Christmas leave its rich blessings in the hearts of You and Yours.Wishing you a healthy and nature filled New Year! Your ~hoe~ is
    perfect! Cant't wait for breakfast lefovers of turkey and stuffing!
    hugs NG xo

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  3. Who would have thunk-it. The freshman-at-Purdue-niece won the award for the perfect Auntie Carol Christmas ornament! But,the race is on for next year - Hoe, hoe, hoe.....

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  4. You got a hoe for christmas after all. :)It is great. Hoe Hoe Hoe...

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  5. Cute! Hope you had a happy holiday! No Christmas tree is complete without at least one gardening implement ;-)

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  6. How perfect! That size hoe will be easier to store, too.

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  7. What a cute Ornament it is Carol. May it brighten each Christmas with garden joy!

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  8. Now all you need is a scary little gnome to use that cute hoe. (Or maybe a clown...I dislike them, and slave labor sounds like just the thing! ;-) Hoe, hoe, hoe....

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