Each year different departments at M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
make Christmas wreaths for auction.
The wreaths are displayed on the walk-way between the main building and the Mays building.
The auction goes on for two weeks with the proceeds going to family programs.
Here are a few of my favorites.
Please excuse the quality of the images.
The reflections were horrible, the lighting terrible and there was a lot of pedestrian traffic to shoot around.
I loved the pink "Ride 'em Cowgirl" wreath with its boa like feathers.
Curious George was a hit with the kids as was
the Mickey and Minnie Mouse wreath.
Then there was the "My Fair Lady" wreath with it's fancy feathers, fabric roses, ribbons, pearls and
plenty of lace.
It was the "Happy Texas Gulf Coast Holiday" wreath that really captured my attention.
Photos of the gulf coast, fishing lures, weights, shells, lighthouse.
You name it. If it had to do with fishing, it was on the wreath.
There was even part of a fishing pole hanging off the side!
Love the jingle bells, too.
A big thank you to Mary for being our hostess for Mosaic Monday.
Christmas is less than a week away.
Wishing you well, a JOY filled week, and many blessings this holiday season.