My grandmother used to tell me to make up my mind, because I couldn't be twixt and between. I didn't really know what twixt meant, but right now I'm twixt and between St. Patrick's décor and Easter décor.
The wearin' o' the green day hasn't arrived yet, so I still have my Tom Clark gnomes on display for St. Patrick's décor.
All of these gnomes were gifts from sister-in-law, Brenda.
They normally reside on our shelves in the family room, but for the Irish holiday, I've put them on the buffet in the family room.
I added some clover leaf ribbon to the candles to give them an Irish look.
Easter is coming early this year, and that's why I'm twixt and between.
Faux Easter food is on display in the kitchen.
This large faux chocolate bunny was a gift from my friend, Audrey. Before she gave it to me, one of her grandchildren unwrapped part of it to eat it. Audrey had to glue the foil back onto the bunny before gifting it to me.
I've explained to my grandchildren that these are not real candy, so hopefully, I won't have to worry about them trying to bite into them.
Are you twixt and between too? And more importantly, what the heck does "twixt" mean?
Thanks for coming by. Have a great weekend.