Today was the first day that I looked in the corner of my living room, only to find dust, cables, and a ripped out socket. My Christmas tree hid that mess so well. I became the tacky Christmas tree owner, I did not take it down till last night. It almost became a part of my living room furniture. Oh how I love Christmas Tree. It will be another 11 months until I'm able to bring him out of his box and decorate him with such pretty ornaments and ribbons. As I'm mourning over the departure of my friend I could only think of fond Christmas memories. Every year my friend Katie and I, drive around together to look at the Christmas lights. We like to take pictures with the tackiest Christmas lights we can find. The picture above, won our award for the Ugliest Christmas Lights of 2004. If anyone is in the Fort Worth area at Christmas time next year, you have to visit this place in person. It was UNBELIEVABLE!! If you look closely, you will notice a border around the yard made with a white shelf. Well along that white shelf were those little Christmas Villages that you see in the living room of your grandmother's house with the fake snow sprinkled all over it. There had to have been fifty little Christmas Villages along the yard. Also to our right was a whole train set sitting on his yard with a glass covering. Then to our left was about 12 Christmas trees bordering the edge of the yard. I hadn't ever seen anything like it before in my life. Oh how I love Christmas. It's so long away.
I will miss Christmas Tree.