12.19.2010

Country Roads Randomness

Just think, next Sunday morning when we wake up, all the Christmas craziness and prepping will be over. The only reason I mention this, is that my Christmas tree still has the "natural" look to it and is still sitting on a black trash bag in my family room. I have a few decorations out, but nothing like last year. For those of you still searching for that perfect gift, something different, outside of the box, then you need to come see us at Country Roads! You are bound to find something in our 12,000 square feet of "stuff"! And we also have the garden out back filled with outdoor plants and gardening stuff as well. Since I'm on this "no free time" schedule lately, here are just a few of some of the things that caught my eye yesterday while working at "the store"!







Since it is raining out, I'm hoping all of you that were headed to the Vet's Flea Market may stop by and see us! I swear, some of our prices are as good, if not better, than the flea markets. Happy Sunday to you all! Take care.

9 comments:

Rachel said...

Just gorgeous Sue!! :) Wishing you a Merry Christmas!!Hugs,Rachel

*French Farmhouse 425*

Jeanine Burkhardt said...

I'm just CraZeD over your FIRST PIC with the Chippy Wire Basket!*!*! OMG!*!*! Best SHaBBy I've seen TODAY!
Jeanine, ChiPPy!-SHaBBy!

Annie Louise said...

Gorgeous--thanks for sharing. It amazes me that with all the pictures you take of Country Roads, each blog looks totally incredible with wonderful new eye candy. I'll have to take a run to Country Roads in the very near future. Take care and wishing you and all your wonderful staff at Country Roads a incredible, relaxing, and joyous Christmas.
Jeanette

Boogieboard Cottage said...

I love the pictures, I remember seeing most of those on my recent visit. Charles and I really liked the giant dried flowers (thistles?)
I'm not sure what they are, but they look great.

Your "natural" Christmas tree at your house poses a very fun opprotunity for having an old fashioned Christmas Eve at your house with just family and have a Christmas tree decorating party! In the olden days (according to my dad) people didn't decorate the tree until Christmas Eve. With everyone helping, it'll be done in no time and I bet Riley would enjoy helping out too. Then just serve some holiday treats (or a take-out pizza!) and put on your favorite Christmas movie.

But whatever you choose to do, I hope you have a great Christmas! Mary :O)

Maureen said...

I'm loving the look of the poinsettia in the burlap bag!

P.S. You're a step ahead of me... at you have a Christmas tree!

Amy said...

Don't fret, santa may grant all your christmas wishes with decorating the tree for you on christmas eve.
Amy

Anne Lorys - Fiona and Twig said...

How beautiful, Sue!
And that sofa, wowzers!!!!!
As much as I love your shop, I know just how lucky I am not to live close by...I'd spend every last penny there! ;-)

Have a wonderfully blessed Christmas week!
XO,
Anne

Theresa said...

Oh my gosh, that sofa is AMAZING!!! I love it! Love the cart in the first pic too! Merry Christmas! Theresa xoxo

trash talk said...

Sue...you got a tree up...you're one up on me. All my friends keep asking what's wrong with me? LOL
I'm gonna show up one day and just shock the heck outta you!
Debbie