Here are some photos of ornaments on my tree. Thought I would share them with you. We all have those special ornaments on our tree that have a story or special meaning behind them, but how often do we get the chance to share that history with others. Here's a chance to share with you and I'm taking it.
This looks like a Hummel but is not. It is probably one of, if not THE oldest ornaments on the tree. It hung on my Memaw's Christmas tree for as long as I can remember back. There is a little pull string on the bottom and the music box ornament plays "Make Someone Happy". My grandparents made me so very happy when they gave me this ornament last year. My Grandaddy hid it in my suitcase when we were at the airport getting ready to fly home last year after Christmas. I found it after I got home. I cried....
This ornament is from 1976. One of my mom's best friends made it for me...at least I think she made it. Pooh was my nickname when I was little that is why it's on the ornament. Can you believe this little ceramic Santa has made it this long?!
I made this blue and white star sometime in the early 80's. My church youth handbell choir made these bead ornaments for Christmas one year as a fund raiser. We would go to a HUGE national English Handbell Ringers Convention every other year. We sold these to help us get there that year. I can remember sitting at the tables at church stringing these together with our choir director. She drove me crazy because she was Hard core! It's bitter sweet remembering her...she died in a car accident when I was around 14. She was probably the best choir director I ever had.
This is one of the newest ornaments on our tree. My cool ass husband bought this one for me last year. It is Obi Wan and Anakin Skywalker dueling. It is also from my favorite scene of Episode III...when Obi Wan is screaming at Anakin and telling him he was supposed to be the chosen one. I cry every time at that scene....I'm such a geek. This ornament has awesome lights and sound bites from the movie.
There you have them. Hope you enjoyed my stories and my ornaments.