"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
Oh....it's all good fun
Just think though, you can make up later.x
But who won?
spouse leaves me alone to do the tree. he is wise indeed.
If there was just one of you and no-one to share with (or row with!) it would be no fun. Pour yourselves a glass of mulled wine (or two), test a bit more of the Christmas cake, if there's any left... and sit and enjoy your tree. Hope you're not working tonight!
CHRIS I want this nice shiny star on top!JOHN No way. It has to be a fairy! Give it here!CHRIS Screw your damned plastic fairy! You get your way every year! (He grabs the fairy and stomps on it)JOHN Boo hoo! What did you do that for? That was a leaving gift from The All Bar One staff in Sheffield!CHRIS Well I got this star from The Wales Office for Research and Development.JOHN What for that paper - "Realist Synthesis of Integrated Health and Social Care"?WINIFRED Grrrr! WOOF! WOOF!ALBERY MiaaaaooooOOOW! (Zooms upstairs)CHRIS Yeah! That one.JOHN Well, it bored me to tears. CHRIS Bitch! (He thumps John in the solar plexus)JOHN Uuuugh!(They fight)CONTINUED NEXT WEEK
Have you bugged the cottage?
That's the Christmas spirit 😄
Sounds like a normal evening here at Compost Mansions :)
John - No I haven't "bugged" your cottage. Your various pets have bugged it. Try "Imaverol".
This is why only one person should ever do the tree. and then when the other person goes to bed you arrange it properly. or you do a me, put lights on it and call it done.
Is there enough room in your small Welsh cottage for a row of Christmas trees?
I misread it too!! I was wondering how many Christmas trees they had.
Same.....for a minute I thought John had been hitting the spiked eggnog while writing this post!
And I join the queue.
Secret of a successful marriage - only one megalomaniacal tree decorator per household. I thought everyone knew that....
My husband has learned after thirty years that if the garland is not properly draped on the tree there is no Christmas cheer in our house.And I have learned that I have a jewel of a husband!
That sounds familiar.
Oh yes, I remember it well!, now I do it My Way. Both puns intentional.
LOL! Oh the pressures that the holidays bring with it! Who's the first to apologize?
At least the lights work.
We always fall out over the fairy lights, how to store them, why they have knots in them ,some of the bulbs don't work etc etc, all part of the fun.Twiggy
Christmas isn't Christmas without a series of rows.
I had to re-read that title to make sure it wasn't a personal message.
I am dense. I thought you were putting up a row of trees. My husband always became a monster even before the decorating started. He just hated getting the tree straight in the stand. Our ceiling is high so we always had a big tree. Notice I said had.
Ah Christmas traditions....gotta love 'em.
Christmas rows - as traditional as the tree etc!
I usually do the tree alone, then Jay comes in and moves things around.
And a very fine tree it is :)So colourful and Christmassy, perfect.~Jo.
We had our first row of the season today too, soddin Christmas cheer.~Jo
It was a tradition in my parent's house as well.
I've just been told, in no uncertain terms, that Lady Magnon will be dressing our tree this year. She's fed-up with my jokey decorations, and Mickey Mouse fairy, and wants things done 'properly'. She's so dull.
my kids did the tree this year ... I came home to find a vision of beauty xx
Not sure whether you mean 'row' as in argument or 'row. as in 'line' but presume the latter as i think I can see stairs in the background. I think we can say that the season has really begun. So Happy Christmas.
It's not Christmas until the first Christmas row!!
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