Friday, December 10, 2010

A Little Christmas

Thanks to a visiting son, and Mr. Comforts of Home, decorating is progressing here.  I am pretty much useless, with only my right arm working.





My visiting son,even made our family roll out cookies!



Went to the Dr. this morning.  Probably have a torn rotator cuff.  MRI scheduled for next week.  But, I am doing fine.  Still typing one handed.  I have been visiting all of you, but not leaving comments.  

 WEEKEND WHERE IS IT Posts  on hold until after the New Year.
Welcome Home,
Penny

35 comments:

Comeca Jones said...

Love the garland on the door!Simple. Love it!

Shelia said...

Poor Penny! I'm so sorry for your poor arm and hand!! How nice to have a few elves to decorate and bake cookies! Now you put on your little crown and give all the orders.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Darla said...

Sad about your shoulder....great help from your visiting son, I adore you front door!!

Vee said...

The guys are doing a great job! Give "Visiting Son" a big pat on the back from all of us, too. Gheesh...he even does cookies? You've trained him well!

Keep relaxing...

Splurgie said...

I love the garland up your stairway. Those cookies will be wonderful!

Donnie said...

Don had a torn rotator cuff and he has full use now that he had the surgery so it's at least repairable. Hope all goes well. You all did beautifully with decorating the home. Just gorgeous.

Donna said...

Penny, how wonderful to have your son there with you and what a big help he is! Your home looks beautiful.

Hope you have a speedy recovery. Take care.

Big hugs,
Donna

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Oh, Penny, I'm so sorry you have hurt your arm! I have a sprained wrist so my decorating has come to a standstill too. I'm glad your son was able to lend you a hand! Your home looks beautiful and I bet those evergreens smell lovely. Thanks for sharing and do take care.

Christmas blessings,
Sandi

Brenda Leyland said...

Enjoyed the tour...........

sorry to hear about your arm....wishing for speedy complete recover.

The red balls in that tall glass canister is quite fetching.... loved the snowman mug filled with candy canes.

Merrie said...

Your home is looking so lovely! Here's hoping for a quick and full recovery.

Pat said...

Hi Penny
Your son and Mr Comforts are doing a wonderful job right down to the cookies.

J has had torn rotator cuffs in both shoulders. Wishing you all the best!

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Penny, it is looking so good. I love the real garland. Where on earth did you get it. Did you tie them together yourself before your injury. Have someone else type for you!

Erin@likegrandmas said...

Love all the greenery! I have that exact same rooster lamp!!!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I am keeping you in my prayers! Your home looks lovely...as always! It's nice to have the extra help...and always fun to have a son around the house! Hope you heal quickly! ♥

Sherri said...

Oh Penny, I am so sorry for all your pain and one armedness! The decorations look lovely! Rest up!

Pat said...

So pretty! I love the ribbon, and the garland, and the chandelier and the cookies...and everything!
Praying for a quick recovery for you!

~Country Lady~ said...

It's looking very festive around your home! You are blessed that Mr. Comforts and Son are there to help with your supervision... of course! I do pray for a speedy recovery for you. Your blog is a delight to visit! Wishing you and yours the best. Merry Christmas.

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

That is so sweet for the men in your life to help you with the decorating! Isn't it fun to supervise? Feel better soon!~Hugs, Patti

Deserae said...

So sorry to hear you are under the weather with an injured shoulder and arm. I hope you are feeling like your old self again soon! Your home is gorgeous...what a sweet son you have to help you decorate :o) Love the red and green harlequin ribbon on your bannister...very pretty! Happy Holidays!
~Des

Lynda said...

It's lovely...they've done a beautiful job!! I hope you're on the mend, Penny!

Adrienne said...

What a sweet couple of guys at your house! Your decorations are wonderful and I'm so glad you've had help. Take care of yourself, my friend.
~Adrienne~

Kathy said...

Everything looks so lovely and I know it is twice as nice having your son there --Good Luck with your shoulder and take care.

Pamela said...

So glad Mr Comforts and son have stepped up to make you happy Penny! I know you mean the world to them! !I hopefully am raising my sons to be as wonderful!

Blooming Rose Musings said...

Oh Penny, I hope you are feeling better soon. I am so sorry to hear about your injury. Just relax while you can. It looks like you've got some mighty fine help around the house! Your hubby and son are doing a great job and your house looks beautiful.
I was finally able to register to vote for your picture. It took three attempts but it finally worked. They sure don't make it easy. Anyway, I have voted and will continue to do so until the very last day!
Feel better.

My Carolina Kitchen said...

Your home looks beautiful Penny. How fabulous to have your son visit. Good luck with the MRI. I'm thinking of you.
Sam

see you there! said...

The decorations look great. I suspect you had something to do with them, even if it was from your "director's chair".

Hopefully your shoulder/arm can be easily fixed and you'll be on the mend soon.

Darla

Carey said...

Your house looks beautiful as ever! Thanks for sharing.

Amy @MaisonDecor said...

Your front entryway looks picture perfect Penny!

Sue said...

The natural greens look just wonderful, puts all of the faux to shame that's for sure! {which my house is full of:-)} Good luck with your MRI, and that it'll be a quick and easy fix.
Merry Christmas!

Shelley said...

Penny - I am so sorry to hear about your injury!! YOu have my prayers and good thoughts for a speedy recovery! Really enjoyed seeing your beautiful decorating in your lovely home - you gave me some great ideas - especially w/ the staircase!

bj said...

Mr. Comfort and son are doing a fabulous job.

So sorry about your shoulder..bless your heart.
xo bj

Kathleen Grace said...

Oh Penny, a torn rotator cuff sounds serious, and painful! Praying for you my dear. Good thing you have sweet Mr. C and son to take good care of you and decorate for you. They sound like real gems:>)

Catherine Holman said...

What great guys! Looks like they are doing a fabulous job. You take care of yourself and we'll pray that you heal quickly!
Hugs,
Cathie

Rhondi said...

Hi Penny
I'm glad you have some help getting the Christmas decorating done! We are on vacation in not so sunny Florida so I have some time to check up on my favorite bloggers. Hope the healing is progressing. I voted for oyur photo!
Hugs, Rhondi

Sandra said...

Hi Penny! Oh my goodness! Your home looks beautiful all decorated for the holidays! Love it! You always do a wonderful job! Thank you for sharing!
Sandra