I should be at school right now, but I am sick in bed with a hacking cough. So what am I doing to take my mind off of how miserable I am feeling? Checking out all of your fun blogs in this magical and blessed season of Advent/Christmas!
Here are a few ornaments that we have on our tree. They have all been created by using natural resources native to South Carolina - and other southern states.
Here are two sweet "okra" angels with Spanish moss for their hair...
Next, is a smiling Santa painted on a crab shell...
This little angel was born of a cotton bole from the hunting plantation of S's godfather.
Again, the Spanish moss for hair...
Another Santa, another okra!
And, another sweet angel... (I am feeling like the commentator for the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show!)
This smiling snowman was once a starfish off the coast of
Pawley's Island, SC... (don't tell PETA!)
Lobster Santa isn't native. I got him at the Cape a few years ago, but he fits in well!
OK, so natural resources didn't really play into this
Nativity Scene ornament, but I love it...
and it was made by a South Carolina native: my son!
Happy Advent... only 16 more days!