Fitness Minutes: (98,280)
12/29/12 9:14 P
We "put them up" by Dec. 15, and take them down after Jan. 1, since it's an artificial tree, no hurrying though.
Plan for tomorrow, but enjoy the heck out of today.
12/29/12 8:28 P
If I have time to get them up, they go up around December 15 - 24, and come down on New Year's Day.
I do a lot of Christmas shopping which starts on Dec. 26, for the next year! I get ornaments on sale that I tie onto gift bags of food for others. Fun! And it is all 50% off! I also get ribbon, gift wrap, tissue, celophane, candles, and much more at the after-Christmas sales.
I take ours down on either New Year's Day or Epiphany.
Fitness Minutes: (122,405)
8,973 12/29/12 7:58 P
We planted our Christmas tree yesterday
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12/29/12 7:45 P
usually by mid January as the youngest has a birthday the next week.
Fitness Minutes: (79,448)
29,310 12/29/12 7:26 P
mine go up day after Thanksgiving i call it taking down Christmas and its a sad job so I am in no hurry to get the job done don't even think about it until after Little Christmas on Jan 6 th since i do every room in the house including the bathroom it not a fun job in fact its depressing to me
Mine takes a good while since I decorate big time, so it will start coming down Wednesday when my husband returns to work. If I am lucky I will be done by Friday.
Fitness Minutes: (236,482)
3,775 12/29/12 5:45 P
I like to start by the 15th and get it done at least by the 20th and I don't like to take them down early. I just enjoy them.
12/29/12 5:41 P
I put mine up after Thanksgiving. I take them down between New Years and Epiphany.
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