In this town we are always guaranteed a White Christmas and a White Easter. I'm trying not to think about the latter and concentrate on getting the house ready for the former. These decorations are helping:
I have a proper (c)hanukkiyah but it's super-sized and the cat would just knock it over. I put out the temple menorah just as a symbol of Hanukkah, plus it doubles as a Kwanzaa kinara.
The wooden Santa is another thrift store find that I keep because he's not a Coca-Cola Santa.
This is a Santa my mom made. He hits bad children with that stick is my theory.
I'll continue this holiday decor parade tomorrow when I show off our ornaments. But here's a sample:
Klaxon made this when he was four. It's called "A Tim Horton's Coffee Cup that Someone Threw Down In A Snowbank." It's very festive, yes?