Comments: Breaking The Rules

Living in the top Christmas tree producing state in the nation, I'm spoiled. A good 7' tree will set you back $20 in these parts.

As for the other rules he put forth, some I agree with, some I reject simply because adhering to them would require that I deny the very things that brought me such joy as a child, and hence bring such fond memories now.

Posted by Brian B at November 28, 2005 12:15 PM

Here in Tennessee we could get a real tree for a fairly low price, but once you have a fake tree, especially when you have little kids who make a mess of everything, you might as well keep using it. I figure, as I said, that we'll go back to a real tree later on.

Posted by Jordana at November 28, 2005 02:17 PM

Oh, I can understand why you would dogo with a fake tree, I'm just saying, I don't have access to the same excuses.

Posted by Brian B at November 28, 2005 03:20 PM

Thanks for the link to the Llamabutchers blog. I loved it!

I just put my Christmas tree up yesterday. Does that count as being too early? LOL.

Posted by Chickadee at November 28, 2005 08:57 PM

Hey, if you've got a Moravian star, you're covered. =]

I've just started to consider what it would be like to have a real tree with Jay getting into everything, and I'm a little bit frightened!

Posted by Lenise at November 30, 2005 11:08 AM