A Tree For Every Season

Tired of taking your Christmas tree down every year and boxing it up? Think that corner of the living room looks better lit up, holiday or not? Don’t have anywhere to store the thing?

No problem. Leave the tree up.


Leave your Christmas tree up? All year? That’s just wrong.

Maybe, maybe not. What if you switch out the silver tinsel for red hearts or green shamrocks? What if you’re not leaving up a Christmas tree, but enjoying a Seasonal tree?

People do that?

Carol Jensen, in Prince George, B.C., does.

Carol Jensen

Carol leaves her tree up and changes the decorations to match the season. Valentine’s Day, St. Patrick’s Day, Easter, Carol’s Seasonal Tree is dressed for it.

A definite paradigm shift, it takes some time to wrench your mind around to the idea of a Seasonal Tree, but as Carol says, “It’s a lot of fun.”

And no, it doesn’t mean you’re lazy. It means you’re creative.

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8 thoughts on “A Tree For Every Season

  1. Not for me. One of the reasons I don’t put up a Christmas tree is the decorating of it – putting them on and taking them off. This approach maximizes on the putting & taking off. A total opposite of laziness!

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