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My Fake Christmas Tree Died.

November 15, 2015

I’m not sure what this post is about, except maybe to update on my life. I’ve been working like a workin’ woman. Two jobs! Still working in retail, and now have branched into the freelance social media world. I hope that this continues to grow because I really do miss it. I feel like opportunities are coming my way and that is a good thing.

I’ve been in a better mood lately. Like giggles and smiles for days. Savoring it. I wrote a blog post about how I was not doing well but I haven’t published it. We’ll save that for a rainy day. I like to keep things positive unless I feel like it’s helpful to not be. Does that make sense? Yes? Okay.

I am ready for winter. Bring on the cold! It’s felt lovely this past weekend and I want to enjoy it more. All the time. Come on, Christmas! I am struggling with budgeting for Christmas presents. I know that’s not what it’s all about, but I really enjoy buying things for people. It’s a fun challenge for me, and I hope to do well again this year. But I really do want to buy all the things.

I went up to my parent’s attic a few days ago to dig out my christmas tree and christmas decor. Strangely I found that my white, fake christmas tree was partly golden brown. Like it had been nicely toasted on one side. I called my mom and she, I kid you not, laughed for thirty minutes about how my christmas tree had died. I find a lot of metaphors in my life and I’m hoping that the dead christmas tree isn’t one for my coming Christmas spirit.

So. There’s an update on life.

1 Comment

  • Reply Anais Gressot November 16, 2015 at 11:31 am

    your poor tree!! :'(

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