Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Deck the Halls!

OK, so I'm a little lazy this year. (I've had a cold!) But I finally decorated my apartment this afternoon, mainly because I needed to get Michael and Larry's stockings out of the closet in order to fill them with presents. If you'd told me I would grow up to be one of those people with a tabletop tree (and even that's stretching it here) I would have never believed you. But when you live in tight quarters, there's not a lot of room for expansive decorations and such, so this suits me just fine. All I really need room for is Michael -- and Larry!

Of course it wouldn't be the holidays without me getting a little sentimental, like seeing this ornament (from my sister) from my first Christmas with my guy in 2003:
Or this totally cool Easy Bake Oven ornament from my brother Bill. It's hard for me to believe this, but I actually never had one of these things, although I sure wanted one. I'm not sure why it never happened seeing as all of my other "girl" toy fantasies were willingly fulfilled ...

Here's Christmas 2004 with Mikey, carrying home our (to-scale) tree ...


Of course all Larry cares about are the big boxes that arrived in the mail from Grandma. Scratching post/lookout-perch central!

5 comments:

JaY said...

Hey, I have that same tree...did you get it at Target? Hope you have a Merry Christmas!!

dan said...

Thank God, more Larry for the holidays. I would have been disappointed if you'd held out.

Rnormfoto said...

that oven ROCKS! Imagine cooking everything with a lightbulb! Have a great Christmas :)

Richard Wall said...

Never apologize for having a wonderful man, a wonderful pussy, and a wonderful life. Never.

Keep it up (you'll pardon the express...) I love you.

Happy Christmas, honey!

Mother Richard

Blobby said...

My bf got the Easy Bake Oven ornament from his mother a few years back - via her gay hairdresser (i can only imagine that conversation while in the chair).

Totally smells of vanilla. The ornament - not the hairdresser. I'm guessing.

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