Is It Christmas Without A Tree?

December 20, 2014 tree 001.

 

We are chin deep in preparations for Christmas today.

The morning was devoted to writing cards and wrapping gifts. We have brought our cut tree inside, and the last hour was devoted to getting last year’s lights working. We will enjoy unpacking the ornaments and hanging them this evening.

In the meantime, you might enjoy a little post I wrote this time last year about Christmas trees. Like so much of the holiday traditions, it is hard to imagine a time when families didn’t decorate a Christmas tree each December. But Christmas trees are a fairly modern innovation in the Yuletide celebrations.

And I’m so glad Christmas trees gained acceptance in the United States, because I’ve always loved having a tree full of lights and color at Christmas! It took only a few minutes for the fresh, crisp aroma of our tree to fill the house.

This is the wonderful smell of Christmas we enjoy so much.

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December 20, 2014 tree 003.

About woodlandgnome

Lifelong teacher and gardener.

One response to “Is It Christmas Without A Tree?

  1. Yes, it is Christmas without a tree!! Merry Christmas to you and your family! 🙂

    Michael
    http://instagram.com/michaelswoodcraft

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