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Discussion in 'Personal' started by cally1980, Dec 5, 2015.
Ah bless! It's nice to know he can still manage it.
I thought that by moving out I would escape Christmas decorations - they're too messy and tacky, and I have no kids (other than my partner) to entertain with it.
I came home from work to find the mother-in-law had put up the tree for me and plans to take it down too. Win-win.
Well, MrDt has promised we can get it up this weekend so that he can display his shiny, purple baubles. It'll be positioned near the window. The neighbours get a thrill, too.
Ugh! Have you been knocking him about again?
Not lately, Lasc.
They're normally green but he fancied a change
Crikey, he needs to see a doctor.
Not as bad as the Christmas when they were pink with blue dots! They fell off, at one point!
This is what a healthy bauble looks like.
I've just planted 3 but in the garden, half standards!
They look a little inflamed to me.
Well, they're BIG baubles, I'll give you that.
Grunwald would never be so common.
I expect he's quite happy to display his baubles at this time of year.
A bauble for the older gentleman.
I have just bought a £1 tree from B&Q. What a bargain! Thank you so much for the tip. Money has been really tight this year and I really couldn't countenance the £50 we spent last year. Love the TES!
There is no such thing as a Christmas tree.
Unless anyone can define it?