Saturday, March 25, 2017


It is with the deepest sadness that I must report that the neighbor's Xmas tree, which has been shining merrily away in their living room window since November 8, 2016, has finally been taken down.

I was really hoping the tree would make it to the first of April, but it apparently succumbed and was taken down sometime last night. It will be missed.

The tree is survived by a faded, non-holiday specific wreath on the front door, and a pile of bricks bought for a forgotten yard project that have been sitting at the side of the house for two years.

R.I.P. Neighbor's Xmas Tree
November 8, 2016 - March 24, 2017

1 comment:

  1. Why? Why are the innocent punished? Why the sacrifice? Why the pain? There aren't any promises. Nothing's certain. Only that some get called, some get saved., ah...The tree won't ever know the hardship and grief for those of us left behind. We commit these bodies, er, ah...The tree to the void... with a glad heart. For within each seed, there is the promise of a flower. And within each death, no matter how big or small, there's always a new life. A new beginning. Amen.


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