Friday, November 25, 2016

How to Terrorize a Christmas Tree

Friday Five is late, but I didn't know what I would write about, until now.  I put the tree up today, and here's how it's gone, in 5 photos.






Friday Five 2.0 with Fairytales and Fitness and Running on Happy.

16 comments:

  1. I have my puppy Cocoa and this will be her first tree. I fear for the tree.

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    1. Good luck! Friends of mine use a dog gate around the tree.

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  2. Hehe, this is adorbs. :) :) :) Happy weekend!

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    1. It really was funny. I haven't gotten the ornaments out until she settles down (if she settles down).

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  3. Hahaha cats and Christmas trees generally don't mix. I haven't put one up with my cats, but I think it would be a disaster!

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    1. I'm trying it out, but I don't know how long the tree will last. It's now been over 24 hours, and it is still standing.

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  4. What is it with cats and trees? They are so mischievous. My dog doesn't go anywhere near it.

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    1. Some cats we've had haven't cared. They sleep under it, but don't do anything else.

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  5. LOL! Cats do love Christmas.

    So we have three pugs. One would steal ornaments and strip branches from the tree. The others like to try to drink the water from the stand. For a long time, we had one of those portable dog gates - to protect the tree from the dogs.

    Good luck to ou!

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    1. Thanks. Thankfully it's a fake tree, so I can take it down if she can't handle it.

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  6. Oh, Allie! :)

    We can't do trees anymore for this exact reason! I do greenery around the doorways and hang my ornaments there.

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    1. That's a great idea. I may try that next year when I can decorate more.

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  7. There are benefits to being Jewish. :)

    Although we do have to be careful about the menorah . . .

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    1. I couldn't trust her with a menorah either. She seems attracted to the tree when the lights are plugged in.

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  8. Ha! Totally not a surprise, right?!

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    1. Not really, but I was hoping she'd be bored by now. That poor tree.

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