Exercises In Photoblogging
By Dwip December 17, 2005, 2:32 pm Comments (2) RSS Feed for this post

Wherein I qualify a statement I made to Regina earlier, along the lines of “Christmas decorating. Ph34r it. With great ph34r.”

Witness:

Well, your standard tree is pretty tame, I will admit. There’s not even a lot of presents under there this year.

The rest of the living room. You can only sort of see the row of cards along the windows. Note the snowman, which will cackle evilly for about a minute and wish you a happy holiday, without mentioning how it would like to murder you, with an axe.

Random porcelain angels.

Random porcelain Santas. Usually we edge the window in tinsel, too, but we didn’t do tinsel this year, mostly because I didn’t really want to do all that implied, which is that window, the front door, the front windows, and the bannister in two different colors, plus the plush reindeer and the Lego Santa.

Even I have limits to my Christmas cheer.


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Comments on Exercises In Photoblogging
avatar Comment by Regina #1
December 17, 2005 at 3:07 pm

Our tree is two feet high, and we haven’t had a tree with presents under it in years. I’d forgotten what they look like in a home, almost…Pretty!

avatar Comment by Whir #2
December 18, 2005 at 11:32 pm

No tree this year. I’m never home and mom doesn’t feel like dealing with it. I’m all for never having a tree again. It’s just a hassle for all involved.

For that matter, to Hell with Christmas. I’ve got better things to do than talk to my family. Sleep or bleed to death, or instance.