We got sick 3 years ago and didn't take our tree down until Feb. 12th or there 'bouts. I had to stiffle the urge to just toss it all.I say put red lights up, hang hearts all over it and call it a day.
Or try dumping RuTone (rooting hormone) into the well. If it takes root you can plant it outside and boast it was a "rescue" tree.
You're my kind of people!
Funny, just this morning, before reading your blog, I said to myself, "hmmmmmmm,I wonder if they ever decorated that damn dining room table tree over there near the ocean." Maybe the blogmaid can loan you some pumpkins for underneath-decor?
Looks great to me! We never got a tree this year. They were all gone by the time we looked for one.
I think it needs some blue and green balls. No lights. It still smells good, right? Bill wanted to get rid of all of ours yesterday, but I only let him take down the Barbie tree.
Okay. So what's it doing on the table?
Mean Jean: ha! Thanks for the laugh.Namo: More laughs.Lisa: Thank you. That's so comforting to hear.Mary Ann: It was really hard on me for you to see the damn dining room table tree in person.Stray: You're my kind of people.Kristin: To think of the boxes of decorations you gave me! At least I've put the Dav Pilkey books to good use.Mari: I'm ashamed to say that was my brilliant idea. By the time we got it to stand up without falling over, and poured gallons of water into the holder, I realized it was a little large to be a table top tree. By then we couldn't maneuver it back down onto the floor without without siphoning the water out. And it was really too high to decorate without a ladder, etc, etc.
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