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Sunday, December 9th, 2007

We decided this weekend that we needed to get into full-blown Christmas mode. The first thing we needed was a Christmas tree. We went out to dinner on Friday night and on the way home we stopped by a local farm to check out the trees. When we arrived the only other people there were someone I work with and his family, what are the odds of that? We found the perfect tree and once I got over my heart-attack from seeing the price tag, it was wrapped up and strapped to the top of my Jeep. We let it let it stretch out over night in the living room and decorated it on Saturday afternoon:

We also decorated the house Saturday afternoon. We got a few strings of those big outdoor lights from Walmart and wrapped them around the two columns in the front of the house. I thought it was a genius idea, what do you think?

It was a little scary stringing those up; I had to use an old rickety aluminum extension ladder I stole from our last house.

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Manda
#1 - Dec 9, 2007 at 7:25 PM
Very nice.
joe
#2 - Dec 10, 2007 at 8:01 AM
That's right! I'm sure the neighbors had a good laugh watching me clinging to the columns for dear live while trying to attach them.
Manda
#3 - Dec 10, 2007 at 7:14 PM
And I thought that being on the two step step-ladder to paint the front door was treacherous.

You guys should come do our house now.
Karen
#4 - Dec 12, 2007 at 12:19 PM
Very impressive, Joe!
Cheryl
#5 - Dec 13, 2007 at 2:07 PM
Next year I can see some of those lighted deer in the yard, and a wreath somewhere. We just put christmas lights on the two silk palm trees I have in the living room. So we don't have to deal with the sticker shock of tree prices anymore.

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