Sharing some scenes around here tonight:
From the English Holly Tree on the south side of the land.
Though it looks sunny and bright, it is cold outside. Look at the end of this post for more about this coat I am wearing.
A wee spot of hot tea .
The peacock knocks on the door with his beak, and has been known to walk in if the door is ajar.
I like the new shatterproof chocolate brown ornaments.
Happy Christmas Eve to all my lovely viewers,
If you do get one, it will need a scarf to tie around the neck, and you'll need a warm knit hat. The hood does not button and will not stay snug on your head. I sew, and am able to add a piece of velcro at the neck to make the hood stay on, but you might do the same thing with a scarf. In spite of that one flaw with the hood, I would still recommend this jacket. It is warm and it feels very ladylike.
To keep it feeling new and warm, I only spot clean it with a damp cloth, rather than put in in the washer and dryer.
In the photograph, the boots you see also came from Walmart, and while most boots over the years have been very hard to wear indoors (they can make feet too hot) these are wonderful outdoors and in, and very comfortable. I hardly know I am wearing them. Great for bike riding too. (Bicycles, tricycles or Suzuki's ;-)