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Things I'm Loving This Thursday

Thursday, December 2, 2010

I spent most of the weekend glued to my TV because this week, I'm loving...
  • GLEE! I confess...I never watched GLEE before except for a snippet of one episode that kind of turned me off. Then I won the Season 1 DVD set. I became became completely captivated after watching them. I downloaded all of Season 2 to my Roku via Amazon video on demand and watched those too. I am a total GLEEK!

  • Our Christmas Tree! It is a thing of beauty, and that's no exaggeration. After last year's runt of a tree that we got cheap at one of those big box retailers (cough: Home Depot: cough), I was not making the same mistake twice. We went to a tree farm. And, yeah, it cost a week's groceries but I think that's a small price to pay for perfection. Besides, I have to look at it every day so it should be pretty.

What are you loving this Thursday? Link Up!


Michelle @Flying Giggles said...

I am thankful for our little elf friend who is visiting. He sure did bring a lot of Christmas magic to our house!

Kim @ What's That Smell? said...

Pretty tree, i bet it SMELLS great!

NENSA MOON said...

Hi Teresha,
What a beautiful Christmas tree!
Hope you and family have a blessed Cristmas!


septembermom said...

Your tree is beautiful! I can't wait to put mine up this weekend.

Alexia said...

That tree is worth every penny. Those are the little things, the tree farm, the smell of forest in the living room, that Marlie will remember when she's older. It's stunning ; )

Alicia said...

I love the tree! It looks great so I'm sure it was worth the cost. I love the Holidays.

The Redhead Riter said...

The difference in the price of Christmas trees in Texas compared to Virginia TOTALLY shocked me the first year. I kept asking people, "What's wrong with the trees because they are so cheap," and they kept saying, "They are expensive!" When I told them that my mother paid $300 for a Christmas tree one year (that was 13 years ago)they nearly passed out. Their idea of a price for an expensive tree...$50. If it is more than that, they just drive into the country and chop one down for free. Just one more reason why you should move here and be my neighbor. ♥

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