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Finally ditched the tree

The title of this post may have thrown you off just a bit, but it is not a play on words at all. After many months of stagnation, now without work I have finally gotten rid of the dreaded Christmas tree. It’s been sitting in my pantry since January 1st because I worked just about every day from 9-8 for the most part. Now with all this presumably free time on my hands, I had no more excuses. I dug out the stakes that held it firmly in its stand and ripped it from it’s home in the corner. I laid down the seats in the truck and put her in for one of the last rides of her life. I drove down to the city recycling center where the lady sat in the booth and was directed to put with the other tree.

The other tree was dull and brown and appeared to have been there forever. My tree was dry, but still free withies and oozing sap, which I got all over my fingers. So I feel accomplished today, I got rid of the tree, and finished my essay 🙂

I need a job!

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