Melanie Olson's Holidays Posts

This is me. It's 2013 and time to resolve that I need to stop neglecting Photoblog. So, expect to see more photos this year than last year, certainly! Happy new…

We had a quieter than usual Christmas this year. It was just Dan, my in-laws and me. No decoration or meal was spared, however, and it turned out to be a…

Every Christmas Eve, our rural fire brigade finds Santa, loads him on a truck, and drives around the local neighbourhoods. Santa waves to the kids and tosses…

Two PBlog members have sent me decorations which I now put on my Christmas tree and in my home. Not that I will ever forget you, but it's nice to think that you…

Our local Christmas market isn't anything like the big markets in Europe, but it's still nice to get out and have a look around. Needless to say, I spent a lot…

The white Christmas tree is out of storage and is all lit up and decorated. I can't imagine the holiday season without it.

What with chocolate hot cross buns and now these, I am probably set for chocolate for the next several months.

I will be spending most of the day cooking and cleaning, so I am sending a bit of Easter cheer across the miles to you all.

Ta da! The Easter tree has bloomed! :D (Actually, I got tired of cleaning up green glitter and I didn't relish the thought of making individual tissue paper…

It's that time of year again. The time when I get all of the decorations out of the shed and set up the tree for… Easter! So, what does one use for decorations…

Every year, our local fire brigade drives through the neighbourhood with lights flashing and sirens blaring, to throw sweets at the neighbourhood children. …

My Christmas is not complete without a poinsettia plant in the house. I'm thinking of planting this one in the yard after Christmas.

This family spends up to six weeks every year decorating their house with Christmas lights to collect money for cystic fibrosis research and the local…
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