Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Today is a rainy, windy, blustery day - and we are going to brave the elements for a Christmas tree! We shall pull on our heavy Klondike boots, wrap our heads in woolen hats and mufflers, pull on our warmest coats made for sub-zero temperatures and ... drive to our local nursery.



If only it were that exciting!

13 comments:

Joe said...

We actually had a beautiful sunny day when we went to get our tree. Usually it's "rainy, windy, blustery" and my wife has to survey every tree before she can decide on the right one.

Linda said...

We still don't have ours and won't until Sunday when Mike pulls into the station in the wee hours of the morning. I dearly hope the trees are not gone by then! I love your wreath.

Out on the prairie said...

Not doing a tree here. I have a huge tree farm nearby.One year we went and got a huge one for church, nly to forget the needle mess one could make when taking it out.Picked the carpet for a few hours.LOL

Judy said...

Much more exciting then pulling it out of a box like we did ;0

Dawn said...

Oh it IS!
And just think of the opportunities for photography:))
Would like to see what you pick!

Ola said...

and after rainy summer we are having right now since 2 months warm temperature as for the beginning of winter +8 today, well no sun, but no rain also:)
I am going to by our tree this weekend

Meg said...

Yay! Christmas trees! Bundled in hand knits, of course. ;)

TexWisGirl said...

thanks for the laugh! have fun, even if its not in a field of evergreens!

Pam said...

One certainly can daydream, Alli. Lovely wreath.. handmade with love no doubt!

Hugs to warm U, smiles to cheer U
Pam i am :)

teca said...

I lost a little bit here, so I was missing your delicacy, sweetness and gentleness that I always find here.
Sorry don't see much ...
I leave you a warm hug that is well suited for the season. Cheers and accomplishments.
Love...

Randy said...

What no tree photo?

Debbie said...

We (and be we I mean Tom) gave up tromping into the woods and cutting down the tree just a few years after we started. This year we did drive to the local tree stand and bought the tallest one we could find. Somehow your experience still sounds more picturesque.

Love you,
Debbie

Sandy said...

Love the wreath, and I bet the tree will look wonderful also. (o: