Our New Year’s tree


Wednesday 30 December, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Last night saw us decorate our little New Year’s tree, and place some coloured lights around our salon (that’s the lounge, sitting room… or whatever you call it in your country).

Cousin Spike Jnr helped too after his homework was finished. In fact, I reckon he can take on that job as from next year – he was pretty artistic. However, we did note the single Darth Vader (in place of an angel) of last year had been replaced by three stormtroopers, and a yeti mask 🙂




15 thoughts on “Our New Year’s tree

  1. That’s a good tree! Like the topper.

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  2. NinnaO says:

    Nice! Though I thought it looked like a ghost. A Yeti?!? .


  3. brought a smile to my face…thanks!!

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  4. colleen says:

    Ha ha so cute!

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  5. realshady007 says:

    Happy new year to you too……From Pakistan 🙂


  6. dayphoto says:

    What a neat tree! He did a great job! I love the idea of a New Year’s Tree!



  7. honestme363 says:

    We actually don’t have a tree topper…I may just ‘steal’ your idea for next year. I think my husband would be pleasantly surprised – great idea!

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