Warning: This post has focus issues. And proper grammar and spelling issues. I thought about re-writing it but I like sleep. So I decided to warn you instead. Good luck.
Did you know that decorating the Christmas tree is one of my least favorite holiday activities? The lugging out all of the ornaments, scratchy branches, and twisted lights just don’t do much for me. I mean, I still like it. It’s just not my favorite.
The finished product, however, is my favorite.
Our tree skirt is super fancy. It’s a brown 70” round table cloth from Wal-Mart. I’ve never really understood tree skirts. They are so stinking expensive and you just cover them with presents. So what’s the frilly point?
Our tree is 12 feet tall. And we partly picked our floor plan because it allowed for a giant Christmas tree. We kind of like the holidays around here.
We are cheap but wanted a giant tree. We bought this tree after Christmas 5 years ago. It’s not pre-lit. We decorate the tree in two parts. Lights one night. Ornaments the next.
Most of our ornaments are from Hobby Lobby or the Dollar Tree. We is fancy.
Can you tell that Nate took these photos while I wasn’t home? Lens cap on coffee table. Smushed couch cushions. Candles unlit on mantel. It’s hard being a working blogger with a accountant photographer. Don’t worry. I’m going to make him retake more for a full house night tour. Mwah ha ha. Wife for the win. I hope he doesn’t read this before then. He really is great. He just needs to work on his décor blog photography.
Let’s stare at our pretty tree some more.
Christmas tree post out.