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Tuesday, December 7, 2010

I killed it!


Somebody asked yesterday for a pic of our Christmas tree. Here ya go! Poor thing is about one-two years old, we dug it up last month and it lives in the kitchen. We will plant it outside next long as I don't kill it by accident or ornament....

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Anonymous said...

What? No pictures of all that snow you're getting?
Please! Have pity on those of us freezing at 14 degrees with nary a flake to make it worth the cold.

Also, I haven't even begun to think about a tree. I'll just admire the lights on our shrubs outside.

cookingwithgas said...

I did not know anyone who had a tree smaller then ours!
You take the prize!
But you do need to go a wee bit smaller on the decorations!

Patricia Griffin Ceramics said...

skunk jar! adorable!

Michèle Hastings said...

the little piggy looks like he is waiting for that ornament to drop on his head!
...take meredith's advice about size :-)

Lori Buff said...

Size doesn't matter, it's a cute tree.

Karen Jensen said...

Love that tree.

Unknown said...

Love the tree, and love the Skunk Pot..! You have an edible xmas tree..ours is psychedelic fiber optic tree...! :)

Unknown said...

Skunk pot! Nice!

Susan as Herself said...

That tree looks like it is holding its breath until spring when it can breathe a sigh of relieve and spread its roots in the yard.

Busy Bee Suz said...

I love darn cute and festive.

Blondi Blathers said...

Your sad sprig of a Christmas tree has made me remember the year my boys and I moved home to Saskatchewan and into my new beau's house. All our things weren't unpacked and when it came December, my fella said "I have a tree, it's at my brother's, let me just go get it." Everett, who was then 10, was so excited. He loved decorating the tree; ours was a six-foot artificial beauty. What Scott brought back from his brother's was a tiny little thing, barely standing three feet tall. When we took it out of the box and stood it up, Everett wept with shock and disappointment.
Needless to say, we went on a search for the "real" tree and Everett was happy again as soon as we found it.
Although I'm sure you and your lovely wife are happy with your sprig, as I would be!

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