However, had it not been for the turkey, I might not have known it was November. Heck, I'm not even sure it's December right now. The calendar says it is but..... well, it reached 72 degrees here today. The fifth of December?!? mEoW!!!!
Not that we haven't had 20 degree weather last month. But even that was sandwiched in between days of 60's. It's really enough to confuse and befuddle this handsome and furry man. I mean seriously, one day I'm working on growing out my winter coat to it's fullest and the next day I'm outside rolling in the dirt to help shed it.
And I can't even begin to tell you how it's confused her. Oh yes, very seriously confused. No, no, not rolling in the dirt or anything. Although I did see her shave her furry legs last week. Does that count as an equivalent to the dirt rolling?
Anyway, for Thanksgiving, the pumpkins got a dash of winter greenery. And then because the Halloween decor was gone in the kitchen, she thought that maybe a bit of a winter display would be appropriate. It was cool after all and all the leaves had already fallen. So bare trees equals winter right?
Well no, not exactly because the thermometer was all over the place. The mercury would drop and then the next day it would go right back up by forty degrees. Something like you would see for Easter.
So due to the confusion (hers not mine) there were mixed decorations for Thanksgiving. The images above are from inside the dining room. This one below is just outside the dining room, inside the kitchen. I suppose she wanted to share her state of confusion with our guests. If they don't come back next year, there will be no question why. Assuming that is, that her seasonal confusion didn't seriously damage their brain cells. These kind of things can be contagious you know!
So then a few days ago, this display (above) changed to this one below. She had planned on leaving this winter one (above) up through Christmas. (Confused yourself? Thought so.)
Her beloved not-so-white-anymore vintage tree.
I know you are thinking, so put the white tree in another room. Well, this year, Dad, in an effort to prolong his life, agreed that there only need be one tree. In years past, there is nothing short of a forest in this
So when it came time to choose which tree to use, there was no confusion at all. Well at least until she pulled it out of the Christmas storage facility and realized that it wasn't going to look quite right since they would be in the same room as the green stuff. You know what a dilemma that causes. All that coordination stuff that you humans are taught at an early age when trying to dress yourselves. Glad I didn't get ruined that way. So anyway, the kitchen greenery had to go.
And she used the red and brown combination last year in the dining room and really loved it. Although it was on a green tree in there. Could have done the same thing here, this year and would not have had to take down the "winter greenery". And she could have used a green tree. But well, remember I told you she was sure she wanted to use the vintage white tree. And well all this coordinating and matchy stuff was causing serious mental confusion. Especially when the vintage white doesn't match the new white greenery. (How about now, are you confused yet?)
So with a bit of help and a couple totes full of ornaments and fluff.....
Today the tree looks like this....
|(sorry for the poor lighting on this one - hard to find a good photographer now days)|
There is still the dining room to decorate and the living room. I wonder what I'll find in those rooms when I get up in the morning. The Easter bunny maybe?
Further still, I wonder if today's color scheme will change and I will wake up and find myself in a tropical looking locale complete with pink and bright green lighted palm trees. As if I'm not confused enough!
Hoping you're having a nice pleasant week filled with purrfect clarity. If however, you're feeling low on confusion, just come on over and she will fix that! Over here, at the estate of confusion. A state of confusion. Oh heck, just plain "confusion".
Purrs to all of you!