It’s BLISS BITS Wednesday!
I love keeping my eyes peeled for itty-bitty things that bring me joy to share with you.
Here are a few smiles from my week!
Confession: These ears bring me joy EVERY week.
An awesome freezer-stocker! Maybe you should make some.
Homemade pizza always wins.
Sunrise in Park City!
Magazine and coffee heaven when I wake up TOO EARLY.
Light and love.
Engraved cutting board- sweet wedding gift!
She’s not dead- just begging for tummy rubs.
Wedding-ish thank you note stickers.
A gaggle of holiday blow-ups at the Christmas tree lot!
Ornament love. Disco and peace.
Cholula and I pose with our tall, naked tree.
Rainbow nutcracker ornaments.
A cozy bowl of French onion soup. YUM!
Redrock Brewing Company’s holiday beer is called “Griswald’s.” Love it!
Tall tree, half-lit- we ran out of lights before he was covered!
A lovely doorway I encountered today.
What’s up, GNOMEY?
Crockin’ dinner! I’ll tell you all about it tomorrow!
You know. Just the usual bliss.
Your Christmas tree is so cute! I love those kind that have the big spaces between branches, so the ornaments can hang and sway. So pretty!
We have never gotten a tall, thin one like this- it’s usually the bushier kind. We have such high ceilings that we thought we’d try a new kind. The ornaments can hang or even sit on the branch-shelves. We’ll see how it turns out!
I love your tree!! I’ve never had a real one before 😦 So pretty!
I’ve never not had a real one. I’ve been reading about the pros and cons for both- interesting! I can’t wait to see it when we get all of our ornaments on it. 🙂
Your tree is MASSIVE! I love it almost as much as I love French Onion Soup.
It’s skinny but tall. We named it Jimmy Stewart.
Even the awkward trees can find their identity/niche! Ours remains nameless, but Chris seems to have settled on a less clever name of “Perfect.”
Love it! We name our tree every year. Last year, mine was named Sherman. Shermie for short.
Ok. The cutting board is the coolest gift I’ve seen.
It’s a good one with the trough around the edges for liquids. Also, the gift came with kitchen towels with the same design. Love!
I love that picture of you and Cholula in front of the tree:)
She seems confused by the large tree inside the house. And is wondering why I keep trying to wrap her in twinkly lights.
Amber, I think Cholula’s ears bring joy to many 🙂 Love your tree…it’s enormous (an I’m a bit jealous of your vaulted ceiling)! ps…crock pot dinners are the best. There’s nothing like throwing a bunch of ingredients together in a bowl, pressing a button, and voila. A delicious meal! It’s magical.
I just wrote about the crocking adventure! And yes, our ceilings made it sort of mandatory to get a larger tree than normal. But I am LOVING it so far!!
Loving your blog! 🙂
Thank you for reading! 🙂
Love your tree and decoration – Beautiful:) Have a Great One!
That’s just the lights- excited to add the ornaments!