Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Bella's Tree and Tuesday's Tip of the Day

Callie and Lucy have not been the most gracious hostesses.
They did not welcome their 'Cousin Bella' with open arms (paws).
There has been significant hissing and growling.
Bella doesn not need this kind of stress right now.


Callie and Lucy enjoy the warm glow when they sit under our family Christmas tree upstairs...
Bella has chosen to sit under the Prim Tree downstairs....

Sooo...

Was I the only one crawling under...over...and around furniture just to light their Christmas trees?
Was I the only one that didn't know about the remote control outlets??
Anyway...
this year we have invested in this handy little gadget.
With a press of my thumb, I can turn on...and off...the lights on our Christmas trees.
One.. Two...Three...
OK...Why didn't I know about this before??


Take care,
~Natalie

5 comments:

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

This is NOT ONLY a Beautiful post with Gorgeous trees, BUT I TOO did NOT KNOW and always crawl around to light my tree!!!
Thank you for letting me in on the secret!
Hugs to you,
Donna

basketsbyrose said...

You are not the only one who did not know about this great gadget! I will have to go looking for one! Thanks!

Jessica @BeforeTheDawn said...

aww sweet kitty. I love it when they lay under the tree. As long as they are not in it or climbing it or attacking the ornaments. *wink*

I make the kids turn on the Christmas lights! They are smaller and always willing to do that job for me.

I will look into those outlet thingies because they sound fabulous! My uncle used to put our outside lights on a timer. I need to find something like that too.

M said...

Kinda like the Clapper?
Merry Christmas...5 more days of school here!

Angie Berry said...

Haha! I love those remote control things. I have a couple and need more. I have a year round holiday tree and I got tired of having to plug it in every day so it is very, very handy! We also have lights year round on our gazebo so we have a remote control for it. It's so nice to stand in the dining room and hit the button for the gazebo lights to go out and not have to go out there in the night to unplug! Wonderful invention!