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here is my x mas last year at the condo. im a single gal with no little youngin' so i dont feel the need to get a real tree.
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if youre still looking for the x mas tree, its at the top left side on top of the fire place lol
You've got all the bases covered...a tree...a fireplace...and a beautiful golden. But Santa is going to have a tough time fitting presents under that tree.

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You've got all the bases covered...a tree...a fireplace...and a beautiful golden. But Santa is going to have a tough time fitting presents under that tree.

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just makes those presents look that much bigger
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We went and cut our tree this afternoon. This the first time in 15 yrs. we haven't had an artificial tree. Much more manageable than our usual 9 footer.
Beautiful tree...cutting your own tree is always fun for everyone including the dog.

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This is not a christmas tree, but i bought this last year,after christmas, just wanted you all to see it.
Is that an Irish Setter? Sorry I just couldn't resist.
That looks great...I've got a Golden front door matt as well...my guess would be so do a lot of us...maybe another thread?

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This year the tree is going up in stages because of having 2-1yr old cats and a 7mo old GR puppy! Right now, the tree is standing and I'll wait until they get bored with it before doing anything else!
I did catch one of the cats in the manger though!

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Is that an Irish Setter? Sorry I just couldn't resist.
That looks great...I've got a Golden front door matt as well...my guess would be so do a lot of us...maybe another thread?

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Sorry, thought some would like to see it. i would delete ,if i could.

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This year the tree is going up in stages because of having 2-1yr old cats and a 7mo old GR puppy! Right now, the tree is standing and I'll wait until they get bored with it before doing anything else!
I did catch one of the cats in the manger though!
Now that's a great shot! Just trying to keep baby Jesus warm.

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Sorry, thought some would like to see it. i would delete ,if i could.
I'm sorry...I like it!and I agree with you I think a lot of people would like to see it. I was kidding...please forgive my sense of humor...I was hoping for a smile from you not to make you feel for a need to delete your post. Looks like I'd better be more careful with what I post. Please forgive me.

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