Monday, 29 November 2021

The Big Switch On

 


I have a twelve inch Tree
I’m one crazy Christmas Bitch

53 comments:

  1. You made me laugh out loud on what is a freezing cold day here. You always come up trumps!!

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  2. Spending that alleged windfall or the stash of hidden earnings? Plus think of the energy bill and carbon footprint? Profligacy Personified, that's you... (Yes, I jest). I could've added a smiley but I hate the little bleeders.

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    1. The truth is much sadder Andrew
      When I was married , buying and decorating the tree was a big tradition. I can’t quite return to it

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    2. πŸ‘¬πŸ˜₯πŸ’”

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  3. Not quite what I was expecting. Haha. Looks sweet tho.

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    1. Understated lol πŸŽŠπŸŽ‰πŸŒ²

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  4. I was thinking of something other than a Christmas tree.

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  5. It is not yet Christmas x

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    1. Living up to your name dear one xxxx

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    2. Are you living up to your ejaculates? Premature? πŸ˜‚

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    3. Oh lord now you will set flis off

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    4. One flick of her button 😁

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    5. I must say it does have a certain je ne sais quoi-but I do usually prefer a large one xx

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  6. Barbara Anne9:09 pm

    Sweet! When my mother decided she was too old (84) to put up a large tree, I sent her a wee 18" tree, a small star for the top (we're star people), tiny ornaments, and made a diminutive Christmas tree skirt for the base. It all fit into a Computer paper box that happened to have a red lid. On the top I wrote "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas". She was delighted and ever after, she invited her older sister over and they put up that tree together.
    Have yourself a merry little Christmas, John! No large tree needed.

    Hugs!

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    1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CreWsnhQwzY

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    2. Barbara Anne5:10 am

      Loved the video, so thank you, John, and here's to all of us muddling through somehow!

      Hugs!

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  7. veg artist9:14 pm

    It is still November!

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    1. I know …but I think we all NEED Christmas x

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  8. you and moaning mavis crack me up.

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  9. We gave up the large tree when the first grandchild was at the "impossible" stage, and the gorgeous dog insisted on needing to look out the front window and knocking things off. Over here, finding decorations for the tiny tree is a major problem - the best things have been those little wineglass thingies, and they're easy to put on and remove - which is super fiddly on a small tree. Have you found anything designed for miniature trees?

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    1. I can’t collect Xmas decorations for a tree , that was something the Prof and I did That's why I’m going for a tiny tree

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  10. Looks very sweet, understated but sweet.

    Jo in Auckland

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  11. It's lovely but a bit over the top. :D

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  12. Best Christmas post I've seen so far. I'm awaiting delivery of some wee vintage Woolworths glass baubles from e-bay. I don't have a tree though.......... lol

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  13. Tasteful(no tat) xx

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  14. No need to worry about EXCESS at your place, lol!

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  15. a sweet light on a cold dark night.

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  16. Careful not to run up the electric bill too much with that monster!

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  17. It is a sweet tree and it is yours, enjoy it.

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  18. It's a mini tree! Happy Christmas.

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  19. It looks just perfect in your window. Size isn't everything, you know! xx

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  20. For the past I-don't-know-how-many-years I have used a potted Norfolk pine as my Christmas tree. Last year I bought a new one as the old one was too heavy to drag inside. I have since planted that one in the yard. The tiny one I got last Christmas is now about four inches taller, which makes it about sixteen inches tall and is still wearing its ornaments from last year. I have smiled every time I've watered it on the front porch where it's been waiting patiently to play its Christmas role again.

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  21. Why you must be bushed.... lol!

    It's quaint and adorable.

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  22. Crazy xmas bitches are my favs.

    XOXO

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  23. So, that's what you're calling it now-a-days... a tree?

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  24. Far too early for trees; you should be fined! No Christmas decorations should be allowed before Dec 15th.

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  25. I love a winter walk when Christmas tree lights shine out from windows.

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  26. Yay!
    Not too early..just!!
    Yuletide is a fortnight before and after Solstice, so enjoy the lights

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  27. Well, there's no need for a massive tree. We all need to scale our Christmas festivities down a bit. Christmas is getting way out of hand.

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  28. Wow! We had a major power surge here when you switched that on.

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  29. I used to decorate the house for xmas, big tree, the works. Everyone helped with the decorating, but no one helps when it’s time to undecorate so I’ve stopped doing it. I now put out a small tree that belonged to my mother in law. It takes three minutes to unbox, arrange the branches, and put the box away. If I want a full blown experience I can go to visit my daughters. They have each carried on the tradition of overblown decorating.
    It only takes 2 minutes to put it away on New Year’s Day.

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  30. The Big Turn-Off is due soon. In fact I think it is already happened.

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