Every year myer has a different display and they are spectacular. I haven't seen the myer window in years. I think the last time was when I was a child. I never did take mine in to see it.
I know bad mother!
Until he found some ginger bread people and they became his friends.
It was very seet and the windows were very well done. Things moved, the story telling was animated and they younger kids loved it.
I think when I get grandkids I may start a tradition of me taking them to see the window, because when your the parents time just gets away from you and you just don't get there.
Angela, I used to take my kids and then my grandkids every year to see the windows when I lived in Canberra. I often think about how excited they were as we would go at night when they were all lit up. See that big fox in the second last picture? That's what I encounter every morning in my yard. The cheeky bugger just sits and stares me out untill I bring Lucy out. The he jumps the fence and slowly ambles away, still looking at me as if to say ..."see you tomorrow". He looks exactly the same. Creepy. Happy Christmas to you and the family. Hugs SueReplyDelete
He sounds like a very cheeky fellow, happy Christmas you you and your family.Delete