Thursday, December 3, 2009

O Christmas Tree



I'm not putting up a tree this year.  The living room is all covered in sheets, the kitchen and dining room are  a mess.  So I'm posting this picture of my tree from 2006.  My living room looks exactly the same now as it did three years ago.  I do need to make some changes.  But this year, I'll enjoy a virtual tree from 2006.

6 comments:

troutbirder said...

What a great concept! Of course there is no way in hell that this idea would ever fly here. Oh well. Speaking of concept that wouldn't fly I can tell you how much I enjoyed the Bryce Canyon tour. That is a place that will never be on my to visit list for my spouse has the same three conditions she fears as well as other leading to panic attacks. Maybe in my next life...

Becky Stauffer said...

Oh, it's a shame to miss this wonder, but I understand the issues of fears. You are a most considerate and understanding husband.

Jacqui Binford-Bell said...

You could make this your screen saver for this month and then you would be able to look at it from time to time. No watering and no electricity expense.

Catfish Tales said...

LOL @ Jacqui's practicality. When our housing bureau did our block - whether we liked it or not - I didn't like the fact that the workers didn't clean up after themselves as they do in the States. But just keep your eye on the vision of loveliness your kitchen will be in the near future. I've had so many 'non-Christmases', including my 2004-05 year in China that it's no biggie when I miss them. Hugs

Becky Stauffer said...

I agree. Many people miss Christmas. My little grandkids will be in Brazil (along with their parents) visiting their grandparents, so I won't have little ones around. I think I'll celebrate with mulled wine and dinner out with friends. There's always another Christmas next year.

heatherbelle said...

I said I wasn't putting one up but I relented..I didn't have a good excuse...I should have borrowed yours.