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Monday Question

Do you put up a Christmas tree?   

Is it real or artificial?

How big is it?

Does it bother you?

We do put up a tree.  It is artificial and it is about six feet tall and not very wide because we live in a small house.  We don't pay any attention except we don't like the day it goes up and down but after that, we don't care.  


  1. Our tree is artificial and about 7 ft tall. It goes in the corner and they put a fireplace screen around it to keep us safe the say
    Hazel & Mabel

  2. Someone gave us an artificial tree this year. We fully intend to pee on it.


  3. we have no tree by now... butt we will have no common fake or natural tree because we are no text-markers butt tree-markers LOL

  4. I have an odd tree, artificial wiv not leafs!!!!
    And I would, if I could get at it, do much DAMAGE to it, hehe
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

  5. We have a 7-1/2 artificial tree but I have a feeling Brother Simon will treat it like it's a real one!

  6. We had one last year, but not the year before. When we do have a tree, I usually check it for squeaky toys and then ignore it.

  7. We have a small artificial tree. It stays on the table, so we don't notice it.

  8. Our tree is up, it is artificial. It doesn't seem to bother any of us, but Mom keeps the ornaments off the lower branches:)

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  9. We do put up a tree and it is real. It's never bothered any of our pets dogs or cats. However, we have a new cat this year - young and frisky - and I fear he may have some issues with the tree. We shall see!

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  11. We also put up a's 6 feet tall and doesn't bother us :-)
    Rosy, Jakey & Arty


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