Remember how I said my human can't count? Well, she can't. And before I end up having to wear these stupid deer ears any longer than I absolutely have to, yesterday's post should have been 19 days of Christmas - not 20. Which means Christmas (and the end of deer ears) is only 18 days away.
Ok. So, if I remember right, weird leafless trees are a big part of what Christmas is all about. Last year we had a live baby tree that we planted outside so it could grow up into a big tree, but that didn't quite happen. The whole thing was kinda traumatic, so I asked my human if we could just buy a dead tree this year. They sell them on like every street corner and I figured it's better to start out with a dead tree than have a live one die, y'know?
At least that's what I thought. Until we went scouting new locations for stupid Frolic and came across some serious tree carnage in the woods. Or what used to be woods until someone cut down all the trees.
Instead of woods, there were big yellow tree-killing machines and huge piles of dead trees. They weren't the weird leafless kind, or I would have talked my human into bringing one home. I guess since they're not weird and leafless, someone just left them there to be dead? It was kinda sad and has me rethinking the whole Christmas tree thing.
I know there must be a way to celebrate Christmas that doesn't involve killing trees. Preferably something you don't have to wear on your head. Any ideas??
PS: Dutch the skinny-necked-spotted-bed-hogging freak is really into wearing the stupid santa hat. He says it makes him feel "mysterious", but I think he just likes being able to hide from Nikon. He hides and still gets to be on today's stupid Daily Frolic. So. Not. Fair.