Did you know that you just crossed the ocean? Well, come on in--there's not much, but it makes me smile.
The Chinese on the door says "God loves the World's People"--it
stays up all year. My little door sign changes with the season--this
snowman will stay up till Chinese New Year.
After you step in, you will need to take your shoes off. These guys
stand on top of my "shoe closet" where you will find some slippers to
put on if you'd like.
The only wreath in my home is this one--my Christmas card wreath. I
like having a decorative, fun way to display my Christmas cards. This
year, when I added a card, I didn't know that all the snow on the card
glowed in the dark till I turned out the lights to go to bed. Let's
just say it caught me by surprise. (The left wreath is a pic from the
end of last year; on the right is this year's so far).
Under this wreath, is the rest of my snowpeople collection.
Gotta truly appreciate the snowpeople collection a little better!! :)
I think my love for snowmen stated with some handmade crochet snowmen
that my NeeNee made for me and Sarah when we were little girls. I
loved playing with those guys.
Besides my Christmas tree, the only other Christmas decoration I have is a small nativity scene my grandparents sent to me my first year here in Taiwan.
You can see my post from yesterday to see my Christmas tree and some of my ornaments, if you feel so inclined.
Thanks for coming to visit me in Taiwan! Before you head off to visit other homes on the tour, let me just say 聖誕節快樂 (sheng dan jie kuai le) or in other words "Merry Christmas Yall!!"