Following up on a great suggestion from TAM TheGreenHornet, based on the TAM Companions idea, I hereby announce the Christmas Tree Palooza! This thread, however, is for the entire Tammy Blog community, TAM and Civilian.
Here’s the deal: Please post a link to your Christmas Tree for all to see. As with your furry Companions, I think it will be a great way for all of us to get to know each other. Eventually this thread will move to the top of the right hand column so you can add to it and visit it easily at your leisure 🙂
Go to tinypic.com and upload your pic(s) and in the Comments section for this thread, give us the tinypic url and any other details about your Christmas Tree, special decorations, etc. We will also post some of your tree pics in the body of the thread itself as well. In the meantime, everyone can see your creation via the tinypic link.
Who will be the first?! 🙂 Answer:
Mommentator: My family can thank Tammy for the resurrection of their tree. As I lay in a heap, crying after it fell over and shattered many of my favorite things, she encouraged me to give her an extra hand. All is well… Thanks Tammy!
Naga5:this our family christmas tree. we’re pretty big on christmas at our house because my older daughter and son were both born on christmas two years apart. (nope, we didn’t plan that!) anyway, all the kids get their own trees to decorate and you might be able to see my son’s tree in the background of ours. my older daughter has moved out so she took her tree to san antonio/savannah with her.
And special Naga5 ornaments!
here are my special ornaments-the woman and panda. my grandmother made these when she was in the internment camps during the second world war. she was in tule lake- a dry lake bed, lots of shells on the ground and lots of time on her hands. she had recovered from TB but had residual joint deformities. i never could figure out how she was able to make them. and that is my doggie ornament in the foreground-my first dog Duffy. man, i loved that dog.
Whitney_Pip: Here’s my little 3.5 foot tree with random ornaments, including University of Illinois candy canes. My cat thinks the tree makes an excellent chew toy.