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Strategic Placement Takes Time

Posted by terrepruitt on December 19, 2022

So, you may have seen my post where I mentioned decorating the ornament tree was not as easy as I had thought when I got it last year. And this is one reason why. First of all the nativity ornament is HUGE so I couldn’t hang a long ornament next to it because it got in the way. Then I had the idea to hang an angel by it (above it) because I thought that was artsy and smart (an angel over the nativity scene), but they (my angels) are all too big and bang against the bulb. I tried a few different things and realized that it was just going to be one of those things that happened. The angel was and is going to hit the nativity ornament. I believe the angel and the nativity bulb are the only ones that hit . . . at least they are the only ones that make a nerve wracking (are they going to break?  The sound itself is actually pleasant) noise. But they only snack each other when we are leaning over to plug and/or unplug the tree. Anyway . . . this is an example of why it takes so long . . . because I think I am being brilliant when I decorate. Ha, ha, ha, ha. Anyone else place their ornaments strategically?

 

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