Thursday, December 15, 2011

Sadly, it only rained and thundered and blew like mad yesterday. No snow; no ice; no need for the Klondikes. But in our imaginations, it was Christmas Town!



Our tree's official name? "Choppy" !

:)

15 comments:

Ola said...

so, it's done!:)

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Congratulations, Allison! I'm sure Choppy will enjoy his stay at your house for the holidays. :)

Judy said...

Sounds like our weather here...I'm sure "Choppy" will be happy in your home :)

TexWisGirl said...

hey, at least you got one!! yipee!

Meg said...

Woohoo! Very nice and appropriate name. ;)

Marissa @Life On Our Side Of The Mountain said...

Yay! you got your tree...hope we get to see it all decorated!
:)

Out on the prairie said...

It looks as if you found the best, after careful deliberation.

Neesie Natters said...

Oh no! Another job to put on my list of things to do....I've never thought to name our Christmas Tree before...Eek!

I remember the more we used to struggle with the weather, choice of tree, height and weight plus the crowds etc the better it would appear once in its pride of place.
Enjoy your stay Choppy ;D

Dawn said...

Yay:) So has it been beautifully adorned yet?:)

Pam said...

Choppy.. how cute an really cleaver! Good thing you brought your helpers, Alli.. their as sweet as sweet can be.
Warm hugs,
Pam :)

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Looking forward to seeing "choppy" set up and decorated in your home. Thanks for sharing the tree hunt excursion.

Country Mouse Studio said...

I love the name and can't wait to see him all dressed up :O)

Evi said...

Souvenirs, souvenirs...

hannah said...

...and there was me thinking you were off to the wilds to chop down a tree :-)
Like it that you named that tree.
Mine will go back into the garden, so I ought to name it too I suppose :-)

Marlène said...

I loved what you wrote, especially alone with everybody else sleeping in the house. Sensibility and delicate atmosphere ! Seems like you think a lot !
P.s. Galllimaufrey comes from the french galimafrée. Nice to have discovered that, and nice name for your blog.
Warmly greetings