Thursday, December 17, 2009

O Tannenbaum, O Christmas Tree

My tree this year in the daylight.

My tree in the evening light.

O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree,
Your branches green delight us.
They're green when summer days are bright;
They're green when winter snow is white.
O, Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree,
Your branches green delight us!

O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree,
You give us so much pleasure!
How oft at Christmas tide the sight,
O green fir tree, gives us delight!
O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree,
You give us so much pleasure!

The Christmas tree delights me.
Seeing all the beautiful decorations in blogland
has been fun; so let the holiday begin
with great celebration.
The teapot is sitting ready for your visit.
A few cookies and peanut brittle are waiting.
Come by for holiday celebrating each day over the next week.


Deanna said...

Dear Marilyn,
Oh, the Peanut Brittle sounds wonderful with some tea!
Merry Christmas.
Your Christmas Tree is delightful and so pretty. Christmas Trees have such meaning to me.
When I was a very young girl, I'd sing this song over and over...luvd it.
Still think it's a great song.
God Bless you this sweet season of the year,

Rosemary said...

Love your tree, and the sweet sled underneath it!
Merry Christmas Marilyn!

Annie Jeffries said...

What a pretty tree, Marilyn. I love the graceful drape of the branches.

SE'LAH... said...

so very pretty.

happy holidays.

Anonymous said...
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beth said... pretty is your or night !!

and that comment above you know how to delete it ?
when you look at your own comments on your blog, there is a little garbage can in the lower left of each one...just click on that and then you can make it go away.....

beth said...

you can also reset your comments page like I did and get rid of "anonymous" being an option....

Mary said...

Yes, you need to trash that comment as Beth mentions. I moderate comments and like it better, but now I'm getting weird e-mails at times. The www can be dicey and one needs to be careful.

Love your tree - wish I could show up for a cuppa, how fun that would be.

Adrienne said...

Save me some tea, some cookies and some peanut brittle - I'm on my way over! It would be such fun to see your tree upclose and for real. My tree is partially decorated and today I decided it may be finished. It may be the 'simpler' look for Christmas I'm trying to achieve this year. Love all the cute things on yours.

Linda Jennings said...

Your tree is lovely. I'll be right over for cookies, peanut brittle and a cup of tea! (I wish!)

Jeanne said...

I love Christmas trees as well.
Love you
Merry Christmas
Love Jeanne♥

Tracy said...

Your tree is magical, Marilyn! My husband & I off this weekend to the USA to visit my family there for Christmas. So nice meeting you lately and look froward to visiting here in the New Year. Wishing you the Happiest Holiday and JOY in the New Year! :o)

paris parfait said...

So pretty! And I love that sleigh! xo

Gayle said...

I love the simplicity of it! Mine is full and kind of Victorian, I love yours!

Duchess of Tea said...

My darling I wish you and yours all the joy, love, hope, blessings, peace, laughter, miracles, good health and boundless wealth during this holiday season and always.

Love & Hugs

Britt-Arnhild said...

A beautiful tree Marilyn. Is it a rela one?
Only three days left till we put up our tree now.

Marilyn Miller said...

Yes, the tree is real. It is a noble fir. Each year we go to the tree farm and have one cut down.

Angela McRae said...

Oh, I do love your tree, Marilyn! It's got a wonderful "Old World Christmas" look!

sonia a. mascaro said...

So beautiful tree!

Thanks for your nice visiting on my blog too!