New Christmas Tree

by Heather on December 29, 2010

I don’t know how these things come to mind, but I just can’t help it sometimes!

 

I feel as though I just discovered sliced bread…this is going to be my Christmas tree next year!

Why?  Well, a certain someone who writes this blog but shall remain nameless has a certain propensity of injury in the kitchen and might need the certain healing properties of a certain aloe plant from time to time.

 

It only makes sense to decorate it and put Christmas gifts underneath, don’t you think?  No?  Just me?

 

It’ll catch on next year ;)

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1 Liz @ Tip Top Shape December 29, 2010

Hahaha, your logic is flawless! Plus, the size of that allows for wonderful, ring/earring box sized gifts ;-)

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2 Becca D. December 29, 2010

when i lived in italy, i couldn’t find a tree in the city, so my “christmas tree” at home was a potted flower plant….i stuck gifts around it on a table in my living room…..I say the definition of christmas tree can be WHATEVER you want it to be! haha

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3 Jessica @ How Sweet December 29, 2010

I’d love to have one of those in my kitchen!

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4 Lindsay @ Pinch of Yum December 29, 2010

I’m glad I’m not the only one who is prone to injury in the kitchen. :) I’ll have to get me one of those aloe plants… pronto!

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5 Mary December 29, 2010

I don’t see why not? I think it has already caught on in Arizona since it is about the only plant that will survive there. lol

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6 janetha @ meals & moves December 29, 2010

it is a great idea! ha. my family always wanted to do a cactus for christmas. not sure why we never did…

p.s. i have my faces of beauty post done! i just need to snap a photo of myself sometime soon. but not right now. i am too busy reading blogs, duh

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7 Kelly December 30, 2010

We had an aloe plant growing up and I remember my mom always breaking peices off to rub it on mine and my brother numerous injuries. I think at some point we used the whole plant! haha!

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