Sunday, December 5, 2010

Our Very Unique Christmas Tree

We decided instead of decorating the Christmas tree- we would try something different.

We wanted to do something edgy, unique, very retro and modern.

A Christmas tree that Andy Warhol would be proud of.

Are you ready?

Drum rolls please....

Introducing our very own....


The downside of having a Human Christmas Tree is that they need constant food and water, which can be more expensive than the traditional Christmas tree.

And if your Human Christmas Tree is the main income earner of the just won't work. It's too bad being a Christmas tree won't bring home the paychecks.

Sadly our Human Christmas Tree lasted for only a few minutes. He was getting tired and hungry and a little cranky.

So if you want a Christmas tree that lasts...stick to the traditional Evergreen tree.

**I have been in a blog funk. So I've made my New Year's Resolution a few weeks early and will blog more regularly this month. There's lots more stuff I want to write about. I plan to blog about it a few times a week, at least until the end of this year. And I got a lot of catching up to do on reading your blogs too!**


Kristina P. said...

So much cooler than a regular tree!

septembermom said...

Love it! That's a tree with style and personality!!

Lisa said...

great tree. :)

Wendy said...

loved the tree!

The Crazy Coxes said...

Good ole R.M. Too bad he has to go to work!!! He looks all festive though!

wendy said...

YAY, I look forward to your more frequent posts.
that was pretty cute...the human Christmas tree.

Sue said...

I love it!! The best thing is that you can use it year after year. Funny post!

Life with Kaishon said...

Now that is a fab tree!

I would love having it in our living room.

Love your blogging resolution friend.