What is the longest you have left your Christmas tree and decorations up after Christmas?
It seems like we leave our tree up for a little bit longer every year. Since it is artificial it isn't a fire hazard, just embarassing. But I also know we're not alone. Fess up!
We once left ours up over a month. We usually take it down around Epiphany.
No, you are not alone, there's always so much to do, that at some point it's just some other decoration piece. The longest I've left it was untill around the mid of February. This year, however, on the 9th of January it was gone - good job.
Mine is still up, but it's coming down this weekend. It's just so much more fun to decorate for Christmas and so tedious to take it all down. But, it's a real tree (or it was) and if I wait any longer all those needles will break my vacuum!
I think this year is the longest. I lost the box that the tree goes in.... And it's still up though the ornaments are off.
Oh, I think I've left it up till Valentines day, but this year has to be a record for the shortest time I've had it up. I put it up Christmas eve and had it down before New Years.
Crap! This year. It's still up. I know what I'll be doing later. It usually comes down right after New Year's.
by Thelma Raker Coffone 6 years ago
Do you decorate with a live Christmas tree, an artificial one or no tree at all?
by Sturgeonl 5 years ago
Artificial or real Christmas tree...what is your preference and why?
by nanderson500 4 years ago
Do you have a Christmas tree?If so, do you buy a live one or do you have a fake one?
by Becky Muth 6 years ago
What type of Christmas tree does your family use?Do you use an artificial tree? If so, is it pre-lit? If you get a real tree, is it from a lot or do you go out and cut your own? Or do you get a tree with the root ball and re-plant it after the holidays? Merry Christmas!
by Jamie Jensen 3 years ago
Do you have a Christmas tree?Do you get a Real one or Artificial one and why?
by clearblue99 7 years ago
Will you have a real or fake Christmas tree this year?
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