Goodboy Norman Featherstone

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Oh, Christmas Tree

Where in the heck is my Christmas tree? The People went yesterday to the Farmer's Market to get one but came back empty-handed. There are probably 800 trees there, and the Woman could not buy the one that she wanted, because there was no one at that booth to sell it to her. Out of all those trees, there is only *ONE* in the whole lot that suits her. The People went back this morning before work, and still, no one there to sell it to her. Ian went back at 11am, and *STILL*, no one there to sell it to him. For Pug's Sake, how do these Christmas tree sellers make their money? The Woman says Ian put his name on *THE* tree so when the dude finally does get there, he won't sell it. She says they'll go back at lunch and see if he decided to show up for work. I don't really care what the tree looks like. I just want a tree. They are the bearers of gifts, after all, and the sooner we get it put up, the sooner it will start spitting out gifts for the Puggy!!


  • At 2:27 PM, Anonymous Django said…

    Are you getting a tree already? We can't have a tree before it's the 6th of December because of some kind of stupid Dutch tradition. But hey, that tradition brings me presents as well :-)

    BTW, if only 1 out of 800 trees is good enough for The Woman, she must be very picky ;-)

  • At 11:56 PM, Blogger Duke & Gidget said…

    We don't understand. If there is nobody there to take your money, doesn't that mean it's free?
    Free trees are the best. There is a nice one in our neighbors yard we are thinking about getting.

  • At 11:27 AM, Blogger Kara said…

    I agree with duke and gidgie - no tree seller means free tree. The people should get a discount for having to go back so many times!

  • At 10:10 AM, Blogger Goodboy Norman Featherstone said…

    If I had been there, I would have peed on the tree and claimed it for my own. The People say it is not cool for humans to pee on things they want. Whatever!


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