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Christmas Collage …

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Author: mvobsession

I'm married, I have two daughters and two grandchildren and they all love MV. Enjoy my MV blog and contact me if I can answer any questions. This blog started out as strictly about Martha's Vineyard but over the years I've branched out to include other obsessions and interests. I enjoy photography and like sharing my photos here as well. Hope you enjoy :)

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  1. I love this Christmas Collage! What is the little shop with the corner door? It must be in Oak Bluffs.

    It would be exciting to be in Martha’s Vineyard during this festive Season.–just a day or so for looking at lovely decorations, enjoying tea and scones at Espresso Love, viewing the sailboats with lights defining the sails at dusk, listening to carolers–which I’m sure would be singing somewhere on the island, visiting the local bookstore in Vineyard Have (Bunch of Grapes), checking in with Peter Simon and his wonderful calendar for the New Year and maybe a walk on the Beach.

    Aaaah to dream!

    Judy

  2. Also, I’m sure that Midnight Farm would be wonderful this time of year! I can imagine it with some lovely Holiday arrangements at the front door!

    Judy

  3. Thank you for showing the Edgartown dock. We were there when they first decorated it and my mother thought it was the prettiest display on the whole island. (I don’t know why she liked the dock so much, but there you go). The island, back then, was dead in winter and so for fun we’d drive around looking at peoples’ decorations, some of which the poorest homes were decorated the most delightfully. There was one in Gay Head I loved — it had bulbs outlined (red ones of course) like a lobster. (They were very poor people, but we all just thought the cleaverness of it was so beautiful!) We’d go to Christmas suppers like those held by the Grange for people who didn’t have families nearby and met quite a few new friends that way. It was different, but nonetheless wonderful. Thanks for your pictures, Joanie. They brought back very good memories for me. Seamond

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