It’s Christmas time again! Time to tree up your home as a symbol that Jesus was born in a pine forest. Or is the evergreen a symbol of everlasting life? We forget. Either way, you gotta have a tree! But what kind of tree is best? Real or Fake?
On the best way to Christmas tree:
In theory the best option is to cut down your own tree. The problem is that finding a good live tree to kill in your area can be difficult. Which means that live trees win on smell, freshness and experience. They lose on convenience. And on probability of actually finding a non-Charlie Brown model. We have a 10-foot pre-lit flip tree. That bad boy is amazingly simple to set up. We spend no time lighting it. And it looks perfect. Unfortunately, our current home has a 9-foot ceiling in the living room. Oops. But I’m going to say the best approach is to take your family on a nice hike through the woods while carrying a saw. If you find a great tree, cut it down. If you don’t find one you love, simply go home and put up a fake tree. Then enjoy some hot chocolate.
I think that if you are able to do it, you should buy a real tree. This is because when you go cut down a christmas tree, it’s this whole other x-mas experience that you get to remember. You also get to have your house smell like beautiful pine needles. The smell of Christmas.
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