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Re: holiday decorating

>>During one of our remodelings, when the living room was all tore apart
and there was no place to put a full size tree and being too cheap to
spend money on an artificial tree for one season, here was my solution...

Excellent solution, Melody.  When my Mother had 5 indoor/outdoor cats, she
hung the Christmas tree upside down from the ceiling in front of the big
picture window.  She made a red "cap" for it (like an upside down tree
I'm sure people wondered what this huge strawberry in reverse colors was
handing from the ceiling!
What a grin.
Iowa z4b

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