Sunday, December 12, 2004

Mary Christmas

A four-foot tree tastefully lit in white. A simple color scheme of gold and burgundy, played out in ribbons and echoed with garlands of petite gold stars. The admirable restraint of subtle accents—including a handful of antique holiday postcards and a star from Mother's holiday china collection. All on a round table covered in tree-colored damask to give the illusion of a full-size tree.

What could be more Mary?



Photo-posting and headline ideas stolen shamelessly from him.

12 comments:

vanguard said...

I was wondering where all the traffic from your site was coming from.

Hugo said...

What's a big guy like you doing with a little tree like that? Come on - we know that size matters!

Jake said...

I live in a shoebox with NO storage. Trying to keep a big tree would be like ... um ... trying to wear a Speedo.

tim said...

oh oh oh.... wear a speedo....

Jeff said...

And yet, I'm sure so many of us would like to see you try.

Brechi said...

Bring on the Speedos

Todd said...

Yep... I gotta agree. Wear the Speedo. And be sure to post pics.

Hugo said...

Hmmm, jake in a speedo. There's something I'd like to see - or have I already seen that?

Jake said...

Ain't nobody seen me in a Speedo since I was in junior high school. On the rare occasion I venture out in swimwear, I wear baggy, unassuming, ass-hiding, knee-length swim shorts from Target.

palochi said...

Mary Richards in a speedo put up her mother's Xmas tree? What?

Oh Rooooob! Oh Mr. Graaaaaant!

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