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Christmas Tree, oh, Christmas Tree

I woke up this morning to snow.  I’m sure many of you did.  Snow in Knoxville, Tennessee though is a big deal.  People freak out a little bit about it, and not just like, “OOO snow!” more like, “We may get stuck in our houses forever.”  There was not even an inch this morning, and by this afternoon it had all melted.  There were still hundreds of cars in the grocery store parking lot…no joke.  However, it was very pretty this morning and put me in a great holiday mood.

This is what it looked like on my walk to work…

…I’m a very fast walker, but the guy in front of me was movin’.  It was really cold.

And of course all the morning commuters.

This is one of my favorite statues.  It’s of a man rowing a boat, but the way the sculpture is done he is rowing it into pavement, and it looks almost like he is sinking.  The irony of this is that he is right outside the building where I work, and sometimes when I walk by I feel like I’m sinking in there too.  Ahem, in a non-emo way of course.

When it was snowing on Sunday, Speed Racer and I were tackling our Christmas decorations.  It was pretty perfect, Christmas carols were playing, christmas lights were not working, and the fire was beautiful and warm.

Ah, perfection.  I mean, the lights, not the handsome redheaded man right….there.  But I’m getting distracted.  It does puzzle me how every year you can buy new Christmas lights, when they are done put them into a safe, dry box, and then the next year half of them do not work.  What is the deal??  I want answers Christmas light industry.  In the end we went out and had to buy some more…these were gonners.

Now we just need the star!

These cute little owls are some of my favorite ornaments.  I got them at Le Target when we first moved here and I just think they are adorable.  They make me smile every time I see them.

Speed Racer on the other hand…

…thinks they are weird and creepy.  It’s Christmas by gosh and it’s not Christmas without…Christmas owwwwwllls???  As I say with most things, “Whatevs, I do what I want.”  Le. End.

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2 thoughts on “Christmas Tree, oh, Christmas Tree

  1. Cute owls! I’ve given up even trying to fix Christmas lights. If half the string is out, I trash it and go get some more. We are slowly moving to LEDs. I hope they last longer.
    singinmama

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