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Friday, December 9, 2011

Posted Dec 09 2011 11:13am
One of my favorite parts of Christmas is hunting for the perfect tree. Sometimes this involves checking out more than one tree lot. Finding the right one is truly an art.

This year we decided to check out a new place that had ANY tree for only $10. There is a reason for that!

We decided to go back to our tried and true tree farm and once again we underestimated the size. When you are outside scoping out trees they don't look that big... get them inside and they are 3 times the size it seems!

Nevertheless we have an amazingly huge, beautiful tree and can't wait to get some shopping done to get presents under it. I still have two weeks left... plenty of time to start right?!

Happy Friday!

Sara Payne

An axe to grind...

Christmas treeA boy begs his father to get him a Christmas tree this year.

Each year, the boy asks and the father tells him, "I don't want to pay for it."

But the son kept begging. Unable to bear his son's whining, he picks up his axe one day and heads out of the house.

Thirty minutes later he returns with a great big Christmas tree.

"How did you cut it down so fast?" his son asks.

"I didn't cut it down," the father replies. "I got it at a tree lot."

"Then why did you bring an axe?"

"Because I didn't want to pay."

New dog bowl...
xmas tree dog bowl
Top signs Santa is actually a woman...
  • Santa remembers it's Christmas. 'Nuf said.Santa and reindeer
  • Never explains what exactly you did to deserve that coal in your stocking; if you have to ask, maybe that's the problem!
  • A man simply would not care if you were naughty or nice.
  • Matching shoes and belt? Only a woman would accessorize a pantsuit like that!
  • No guy would ever name his animals Dancer and Prancer.
Random Fact...
Ostriches are often not taken seriously. They can run faster than horses, and the males can roar like lions. ostrich
This Weeks Quote... "He who has not Christmas in his heart will never find it under a tree." ~Roy L. Smith
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