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Monday, December 24, 2012

Progress on Holiday Trappings

Anyone who has known us for very long will recognize this post as a monumental, fundamental, archival quality shift in a traditional event.

Om agreed to have a smaller tree this year.

I'll let the statement stand on its own two legs. Watch for the disclaimer at the end.

Christmas Tree on car

undecorated Christmas Tree
putting star on Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree
The disclaimer? He agreed to this on the promise that this doesn't commit us to having a small tree for the rest of our lives.

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Loretta said...

Well, is still beautiful and I look forward to seeing and smelling a live tree next matter what the size! (but tall is good!)

Secondary Roads said...

It looks pretty. And it's a lot bigger than the one we have, which sits on a table.

rainfield61 said...

Such a lovely day with a beautiful Christmas tree.

Ann said...

Well it's a pretty tree and it's bigger than the one Wade got for his cave.

Anonymous said...

hello sharkbytes its dennis the vizsla dog hay taking krismas one tree at a time seems like a proodent thing to do!!! mary krismas!!! ok bye

John Sealander said...

This is a small tree? :) We've never had a tree this large. Ours sits on a table too. Marry Christmas...

Lin said...

It's beautiful!! :)

Sharkbytes said...

Loretta- I am already making some plans for next year with you here. Will keep you in the loop!

Chuck, Ann and John- It's all relative. The tree is really small for us!

rainfield- the smell and the lights are always such an upper

Dennis- one tree at a time! Sounds like good advice.

RNSANE said...

That is one of the prettiest trees I've ever seen!

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