Christmas Gardening Books

My Christmas decorations include a stack of Christmas gardening books on the coffee table.  They are there should anyone have a notion to read about Christmas plants and ways to use plants around the holidays.

I've also included on the stack a couple of books about winter gardening, just because.

There is just one problem.

There is a little elf with green boots, a green dress, and a green hat sitting on top of them.

I won't say that she talks to me.

That would just be weird.

As long as she is sitting there looking at me, though, I'm going to leave those books alone.
After all, this isn't a one horse rodeo. I have several other books I can read.

It's almost like a staring contest.
Something tells me, I'm going to blink first. 

Comments

  1. I love the idea of putting out Christmas gardening/decorating books for the holidays! Darling elf!

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  2. It is a bit of a staring contest. I think she wins.~~Dee

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  3. Disconcerting. Worse than my cat watching me and passing judgement.

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  4. As long as she doesn't start moving around the room on you. Say, end up in your tree or something. You will be alright.

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  5. Hello,

    Good idea. Here (Quebec) the elves begun to be a trend for Christmas time.

    See:
    http://www.usa-gardening.com/christmas-elf.html


    Do you have this trend in your country?

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  6. Hello,

    Good idea. Here (Quebec) the elves begun to be a trend for Christmas time.

    See:
    http://www.usa-gardening.com/christmas-elf.html


    Do you have this trend in your country?

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