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Monday, December 9, 2013

Christmas House Tours



Hello my lovelies. 
I have been all over Georgia and South Carolina recently snapping Christmas images.
  In The Rain.
If I do not get a sunbeam soon I may require an antidepressant.
My mood is affected by the weather.


This is the garage to the yellow house. 
I love it. 
Yes, I could live in their garage.
That is a climbing rose around the window.


This is the truck in the garage! 
Over the truck and not visible to you is a chandelier filled with branches.
I am taking inspiration from this look and will fill my chandelier, on the deck, 
with branches when I get the chance.

I forgot to mention this house was not on the tour.  
Many do not allow photos-bummer.


The garden shed is cute too. 
Joe darling, can I get one of these?


The white sofa with red accents was in The Mad House, a small cottage, we toured.
 It was my favorite house on the tour. 
With that name and with my continued absence I imagine you guys thought they kept me {wink}.

All images taken with my iPhone.
All images from historic Madison, Georgia.

Next post we will visit a town in South Carolina and my friend's house
 filled with primitive antiques.


Happy Christmas
Olive



21 comments:

  1. Olive, I love the gingerbread fret work..that is the cutest garage I have seen. Love the old truck...all very pretty. Hope you and Joe are doing well. xoxo,Susie

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  2. Beautiful pictures Olive....
    Love, Mona

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  3. love the old car ...all views are so Christmas-y. fun & so festive. ( :

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  4. I have a thing about old trucks - you know that. Love the garden shed. NO photos!?!

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  5. Hi Olive... I think I could live in that garage!... I love seeing these beautiful places decorated for Christmas... and no snow!... I am TRYING to make the best of winter, but as you saw, we are COVERED in snow and cold... it affects my mood too (and my fibromyalgia)... I put up a good front, but I am NOT a winter person, I am a Summer girl!... I would probably love it in the South where you are!... I do love where I live... just not when the temps drop below zero!... that old car is too cute!... I must show Jack... love to you, xoxo Julie Marie

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  6. Yes, the rain needs to go away! Looks like sun tomorrow.

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  7. Love that yellow house - gorgeous. Will trade you the rain for our snow. Rain doesn't have to be shoveled. ;-)

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  8. Gosh, I haven't been on a Christmas home tour in so long! Looks like fun. I love the house you featured. The car in the garage with the Santa inside and the wreath on the front is just TOO cute and creative!

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  9. I have a friend who raves about the beautiful homes in Madison. I really need to get up there some time to see for myself. Those picket fences are adorable.
    Miss you bunches!

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  10. Love, live the garage, (I could live there too) and the garden she'd is wonderful too. Love the old truck with the wreath in front, Santa driving . . . fun post Olive!

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  11. I like the post-work on the photos - very dreamy and romantic.

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  12. That is my neighbor's house, Olive! The Santa is there every year, much to our delight!
    -Trish

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  13. Love the old truck...and the cozy room is charming!

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  14. Love all these pictures! Keep 'em coming, Olive. XOXO

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  15. This looks like it was a lot of fun! The old truck is hysterical! Wouldn't something like that in a store parking lot be a hoot?!!

    XO,
    Jane

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  16. You're correct; the outbuildings are wonderful! So is Santa's car. All the best to CC, and for her stay.

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  17. What a fun tour! I love the garage and Santa's truck. It has been too cold here (barely gets above zero) to go out and take pictures. Looking forward to your next tour.

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  18. Santa's truck is so fun! You need to do that with your little Mini. Unless of course you want to drive it.

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I adore your comments. They are like finding unexpected chocolates. olive