Thursday, December 21, 2017

Tired Of The Same Old Christmas Tree?

Here are some other options.
(The last one had me laughing out loud! Because who doesn't need a tree in their home that's impervious to elephants.)



28 comments:

  1. It's to counter the elephant in the room

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  2. Good one! Was wondering how to keep the elephants away from the tree this year!

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  3. I swear Norbert looks forward to Christmas. It’s a month of things to destroy. Such fun for a cat.

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    1. Mine haven't cared this year. No fun in our house without crazy cat stories :)

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  4. I like the idea of the palm tree. Unfortunately my ceiling is not that tall.

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    1. I think a palm tree would be fun. I'd be willing to fly down to a tropical island, spend a week or two there and see how I feel about it :)

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  5. As soon as I saw your title I thought of going out to cut down a palm tree, but how would I get it in the house?

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Just decorate it outside. You live in a much warmer climate!

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    2. I do indeed. We have many palm trees, although they are not indigenous to this part of the state.

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    3. What a pretty sight that must be. My husband and I want to spend Christmas one year in a warm region to see what that's like! Hopefully one day.

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  6. I managed to keep the elephant away from the monkey puzzle tree. What a treemendously thought provoking post! 😉

    Gary

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  7. haha, no problem here - i don't need no real tree after all I have retireee plastic - at least it's not foil looking for flocked with blue powdery stuff ...after all I don't live in Florida.;) cute post - i love reading about those alternative trees.

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  8. I had to go back and look at this post before I made a really dumb comment. Yes, think outside the box sometime.

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  9. People do wrap lights around their palm trees out here :)

    betty

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    1. And I bet it looks really pretty! I would love to see that in person one day.

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  10. With some Christmas lights ANY tree can be special (or any houseplant)! But these are ones I hadn't ever considered :)

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    1. Very true. My mother always decorated her Norfolk Island Pine and it was lovely.

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