Decking the Halls at the ‘Counting House
We may work in a ‘counting house, but there’s no Scrooge here. OK, it’s accounting office, and it has an open floor plan with no halls. But we’re decking the halls, OK?
Decking the Halls, part 1
The first step is to get a tree, of course. So we head to our favorite tree source (and valued client) The Garden Spot. This year Jeri trusted her troupe of Bob Cratchits to pick out a tree. But she made sure that we had to wait until she came back from a well-deserved vacation to decorate it.
A lot of people end trimming the tree by putting the star at the top. But we knew we’d have a bunch of stuff to negotiate around if we did it that way. And it’s a tall tree! So we decided to start with the star, then to get going on the lights.
We have a lot of lights
Still working on the lights. There’s a bunch of strings on there!
Decking the Halls, part 2
Magically, the lights are on. Next, our secret tree trimming ingredient. (Hint: it’s ribbon.)
We take a break to sing “Emmy, the black-nosed reindeer.”
Decking the Halls, part 3
Next we load up with ornamental ornaments!
All Done Decking
After decking the halls, we commence to enjoying Christmas!
This is what we do when we’re not decking.