Barry is busy decorating with a seasonal display. Not only is he a dear, but he is carrying deer. For Canadian Woodland Enthusiasts deer are like our sheep. One can be substituted for the other in biblical scenarios, so we have Deerpherds who look after flocks of deer. It is totally appropriate to include them as Christmas decorations. Deer and dear(s) are our favorites. Husbands doing decorating is also a favorite. =D
In case it is difficult for you to picture husbands doing decorating here is the deer, dear scenario from a different angle. The red berries and green leaves on the shrubbery add to the ambiance of the season, don't they? Even though the red berries are probably poison, they still give a festive effect.
Linda, another dear, cannot believe her good luck that her dear husband has done Christmas decorating with dear deer! She is checking to make sure they are properly situated for visual beauty. We hope our deer become our neighbor's favorite things, but not too favorite. We don't want these deer getting borrowed by thieving neighbors. that would not be a favorite scenario.
You may think that Linda is admiring Barry's handy skills and she is. It's one of her favorite things. She is also looking for the optimum place to attach the lock and chain so she can keep these handsome deer in her yard. Dear me!
Our deer like to have their pictures taken. The handsome buck stands so proud. that's his favorite pose.
The doe doesn't care. She is enjoying the Christmas Buffet Grass. That would be her favorite thing.
Our very favorite part is how they sparkle at night, with golden beauty. The deer next door aren't as bright as our deer and they are kind of hidden behind balloon Santa.
Putting up the Christmas Lights is a favorite tradition, absolutely.
We hope all of you have enjoyed our Christmas light display. Your visits and comments are our favorite parts of the shoot out, dear friends!! (((HUGS)))
Inspired by our theme, Linda's cousin has just sent us this picture to complete our blog this week-----
Now doesn't that get you in the Christmas Spirit?