For me, Christmas is about celebrating love, peace, Jesus and family. It’s about being immersed in joy. About giving.
As far as decorations go, my favorite thing to do is create displays that reflect things that give me joy. I have several small trees that I decorate and put into a display.
The typewriter tree and display are usually found on the shelf with my typewriter collection. I have over 200 typewriters and love to show them.
I love dogs. LOVE them. Most people who know me well, know that. So, I have a small tree decorated with dog ornaments. I actually keep this tree up year-round. But, I love it combined with a big display, too.
I collect antiques and create displays combined with other Christmas decorations.
I have a slightly larger tree that my family will hang a variety of things on. Those ornaments represent things they love as well. Horses, hockey, Doctor Who and more.
Joy should surround us all year long! Which is probably why I work out of a life-sized Tardis. LOL It’s a most wonderful time of the year! I wish everyone peace, love and joy!
Check out Sheila’s upcoming release — Adam Frankenstein: Search for a Soul. The second book of short stories highlighting Adam Frankenstein and the stories that shaped the monster into a man. Coming January 2019
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
I love writing. I have my entire life. I love reading. I love most every genre. I love books that are thought-provoking, meaningful and have sexy alpha males (not necessarily in that order). I love dogs and have four. I love Doctor Who with a passion. I even took a course and got a certificate as a “Certified Time-Travel Companion”. I collect typewriters. My oldest typewriter was made in 1893.
I write paranormal. I know the word is so out of vogue right now, but I don’t care. I write from my heart, not to commercial need, which may be why I’m not rich and famous. LOL
I live in the beautiful Redwoods of Northern California in a small town called Ft. Bragg. I see the ocean every day and my little Aquarius heart soars from it. I have a very supportive husband and family of which I am extremely grateful.
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