My craptree

After seeing THE craptree post at Innocent Bystanders, and the followup post about Michael’s craptree, I thought I’d share mine. Because coming up with something original to blog about is hard.

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I’m not going to lie to you and say that no blood was spilled during the tree raising, but no trips to the ER were called for either. And I’m pretty sure I live in the only house on the cul de sac with seafood based Christmas tree decorations…

12 thoughts on “My craptree”

  1. 1. I don’t know why Askimet tossed you in the spam bucket. You’re out now, obviously.

    2. The funny thing is, it’s supposed to be the “nice tree’. I mean, we don’t have colored lights, we don’t have crappy ornaments I made as a kid, or cheap tinsel or any other traditional crap tree crap. But I think there”s now way of getting around the fact that it’s a crap tree.

  2. Crap tree!? Where are your colored lights, XBrad!? The Crap Tree Committee might downgrade you, Darlin. You’ll be hearing from them.

    But the ‘seafood based Christmas ornaments’ are admittedly a nice touch. Made some for a church Christmas bazaar while living in Maryland years ago. Used the famous Maryland crab shells as our ‘canvas’ hand-painting Santa faces, adding hair, red hat, and all. Those silly things always sold out first. We charged a major premium but they ALWAYS sold in the first few minutes we were open. My mom still has hers and thanked me for it AGAIN just last year.

  3. Awww, I like the tree.

    I have a tree of wrought iron branches that I use to display the kids’ ornaments. Y’all may call it a crap tree, but I call it my love tree 🙂

  4. I had real trees back when I had my tomcats. The boys didn’t really feel it was Christmas, until they had made a round trip up and down the tree. Boy, those were good smelling cats in December.

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