Yesterday I went around to see the neighbors’ Christmas trees and take photos of them. I took photos of Ron and Pat’s tree, John’s, and Lisa’s.
This is a their slim Christmas tree close to the patio door.
He’s been building ships for a very long time.
I don’t know how on earth he can handle all those tiny pieces. I sure couldn’t with the arthritis in my fingers and hands.
See the paint palette ornament? Pat is a talented artist who paints the most beautiful paintings.
They said they’d been collecting the nautical ornaments for years. There are sea shells and ships and anchors. Fish and boat captains and starfish.
It is a gorgeous nautical themed tree.
Seeing all these decorated trees kind of made me miss my Christmas tree. But I don’t miss it enough for me to get it out and put it up.
I’ve done I’ll I’m doing this year. Which was vignettes here and there around the apartment.
This is John’s Christmas tree. I see it through my window every day. And at night the lights from his window facing mine are so pretty.
John always puts on quite a nice display on his patio at Halloween and Christmastime.
And here is his nativity scene in his living room with beautiful wooden pieces that look so realistic.
And below is Boomer. He wants to play. Which means he brings me his toy and then hangs onto it and growls playfully while I try to tug it away.
Of course that isn’t happening. He’s got really strong jaws!
I took lots of photos of Boomer, but most didn’t make the cut because they were blurry. That dog never stops moving long enough to get a very clear picture of him!
Boomer is very well-behaved and does all kinds of tricks. I just love that dog. He comes over for treats most every day.
And here is Lisa’s tree. It’s in her living room in front of the patio door.
If one was to walk down the cobbled path in between the apartments, you would see the various Christmas tree lights in the windows.