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Christmas Tree Trippin’

treeThank you to everyone who convinced me to lay off the caffeine. Now I’ve started hallucinating. Either that or someone really left a 7ft. christmas tree on my doorstep last night along with a big red bag of lights and ornaments and no note or evidence of where the items were purchased. The fact that Jaimes kept pointing at it, saying “twee! twee!” as if to ask, “what’s with the giant holiday tree on our door mat?” reassured me I wasn’t just jonesing for the java.

Why would someone do this? Are they offended by the 4ft. Charlie Brown tree already standing proudly on the coffee table in our livingroom corner/office? Have they mistaken us for someone else? I can only assume it’s from some acquaintence of Kimberly Morton – the prior tenant who never forwarded her mail, which is currently coming to us daily in the form of Christmas cards, cooking magazines, and various women’s clothing catalogs. We sincerely hope the mysterious tree-gifter learns of his mistake before the holiday is over. I’d say there is around $150 – $250 worth of tree and tree accessories currently sitting on our doorstep awating the emabarrased return of our anonymous decoration-angel. Weird.

And… Thank you, Rachel. The Narnia Rap made my morning!

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4 responses

  1. danielle

    it’s not possible that someone just gave it to you?

    December 23, 2005 at 6:51 am

  2. MERRY CHRISTMAS, from the LaRoses. No, really…… ahem, yeah…..

    December 23, 2005 at 10:09 am

  3. I guess it’s possible someone gave it to us, but it wouldn’t make sense. Everyone we know here knows we have a tree already because I bragged all over town about the deal I swung on it (knocked $10 off the asking price). It’s just bizarre.

    December 24, 2005 at 8:44 am

  4. I case anyone comes back here – the mystery was solved shortly after Christmas. The tree and ornamants were for us.

    January 26, 2006 at 3:57 pm

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