Christmas carnage, part 4.

The carnage continues. When it’s February 1st, the Christmas tree has to go…

When I saw this tree earlier this morning, it was wrapped in an enormous plastic bag as well. I just find it really odd to wrap a tree up in a plastic bag to discard it. And exactly where do you find a bag that big? :/

Christmas carnage, part 3.

Still more Christmas carnage

And we contributed to the carnage by taking out our little Christmas tree

You were a really nice little tree and so pretty. We enjoyed you thoroughly.
Thanks for making our holidays so festive. 🙂

UPDATE:  Some put their Christmas tree in an enormous plastic bag and set it out on the curb. I can honestly say, I’ve never seen anything like that before…

:/

Christmas carnage, part 2.

More Christmas carnage

Poor Christmas trees. 😦

Christmas carnage, part 1.

The holidays are just barely over, and people have already started discarding their Christmas trees like yesterday’s news. Welcomed into your home, decorated, adored, celebrated and then kicked to the curb. It’s kind of sad really. When we were on our dog walk this morning, we noticed the first trees out by the recycling bins on the New Street sidewalk…

And there was another one added to collection this evening…

Poor Christmas trees. 😦