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Sunday, 7 November 2010

Question Dear Bloggers...?

Well after reading my very posh Homes and Antiques Christmas Magazine, the yearly christmas tree question popped into my head...

Real Tree vs Fake Tree?

Now I LOVE real Chrismas Trees but I have never really been very good at looking after them, and they give me a rash!

But you just can't beat the smell of them can you, so I was wondering if anyone out there in Blogland can recommend a really good fake smelly thing that I can use?

So if you have time to message me that would be great!

Bye for now!

love Samx

PS I was thinking of emailing the publishers of Homes and Antiques with a new idea for a about Everyday Homes at Christmas?...I'd love to see that :0)


Flossie and Tom said...

I think that would be a great idea - much as I love to see all this amazing homes it would be nice to get to see "normal" homes - I'm sure they would be just as fabulous XX

JoJo said...

I love that picture of the children and dog in the Christmas woods!!! It's so pretty and nostalgic and I'm not sure why, but Edith Nesbit's stories came to mind when I saw it.

I grew up w/ a fake tree till about 9th grade. I resisted my parents' insisted on a real tree but what a huge difference!! After that I never had a fake tree again. But we haven't had any tree since we got our German shepherd. I decided that my treasured & fragile ornaments mean more than a tree. We will sometimes set up a small fake tree (that we used to use in the upstairs window) on a table on Christmas Eve just to put presents under.

katie-p said...

No, no, no! Not a fake tree! Real tree or no tree, that's my rule!

Anonymous said...

so sweet

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