Sunday, December 29, 2019


I have some tidbits to share this morning. Just cleaning up the Xmas aftermath of ideas for my blog. 

First, here are some outdoors lighted displays (a few of many) at the Greenbrier Resort.

As we left the Greenbrier, the bus driver took us by a house made of coal. The gift shop closer to the road was made of coal, as well. First time I ever saw anything made of coal... but then we were in West Virginia, coal country. 

Me with five of my 6 great-grands. #6 lives in Oregon and could not be with us this year.

My daughter having fun after Christmas lunch with her grandchildren popping open the English poppers. 


  1. I have never heard of a house of coal - this may sound naive, but would it be flamable? (I mean more so than a normal house of wood or brick?)

  2. Geez, I don't know. Coal does burn but so does wood. Brick not so much.

  3. The coal house was definitely something different to see. The tid bits were fun to see as well. Hope you have a good new week and Happy New Year.

  4. Beautiful lights! A house of coal? Never heard of that! I know you enjoyed your time with family! Have a blessed day dear friend, HUGS!

  5. I love the Christmas lights. You have beautiful great grands. Aren't they wonderful? I never heard of the house made of coal. Very interesting indeed. You have a wonderful day and a Happy New Year. Hugs, Edna B.

  6. A coal house?? Interesting. Such a great looking group of grands. Sounds like a great Christmas and wishing you a Happy 2020.


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