Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Tomorrow . . . Yes, tomorrow . . .

I think about getting up and starting that unimaginable task of taking down Christmas but then I think . . .

TOMORROW . . . 

Yes . . . 

Tomorrow

That will do for now.

13 comments:

Kristine said...

I always wait for New Year's Day to take everything down. I like to make it last as long as reasonably possible. After New Year's the tree just looks sad.

Benny and Lily said...

Next week, next week... We will take it down next week
Benny & Lily

Barbara said...

Ah, wait a couple of days!

The Mama Monster said...

I had to do mine yesterday... My house is just toooo small to leave it up!

~The Mama Monster

Cooper and Lola said...

we agree Noodles.... We are sick today and think tomorrow is the best time to start.

Lavi said...

Hmm, here is an idea... You should wait till after New Year's Eve (it looks nice and festive, especially if you have guests) and take the tree down when the needles fall down a bit too much.

Enjoy the holidays!

Wilma said...

Yes, or maybe..... the next day.

Southern Fried Pugs said...

You can wait and celebrate Christmas with us next week. Like the Greek Orthodox! They celebrate Christmas January 6. We are celebrating because that's when our family could come. Whoo-hoo More Christmas!

Darwin said...

procrastination pug! :) i love it.

Hilary said...

Hey noodles...isn't it the thought that counts?

Pup Fan said...

I'm so with you! I don't have the motivation. Though one year we left our tree up until Little Christmas (aka Jan. 6) and ended up with a praying mantis invasion!

Those Elgin Pugs said...

it's called creative procrastinations!! hee hees

Yous create a dreamy dreams... 'den maybe start next day~

hugs,
Josie

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