Holiday horrors, and yes I saw this piece in real life. Haven't we all seen things like this?
I'm grateful I haven't seen this in real life
But I did see an entire deflated, blown over scene the other day. A windstorm swept through Portland, knocking over all of the plastic nativities, snowmen and reindeer. It was a sad day indeed.
Just say no, people. Just say no.
I'm not a huge fan of the inflatable outdoor ornament. I like light, but not things that look like they should be in a mall only. That crafty tree there is pretty ornate. Someone spent a lot of time on it. Not all ideas are good ideas!
There are probably crocheted or knitted doileys (?) and potholders and wall hangings too. Or roosters hanging on the wall made out of beans glued onto cardboard.
Yeah, those inflatable decoration photos are definitely scary.
I love inflatable holiday lawn decorations. They are just so wrong that I can't help but love them. The snowglobes are my favorite. Maybe there is a 12-step program for this.
Groan. It's not a competition, people! Only, I guess for some people it is.
I love the sparkly lights and the fragrant greenery. And some kitchy stuff is fun, but wowser!
There's nothing sadder than a deflated Santa, sideways and forlorn on a cold lawn. On a much happier note, however, I gifted our first jar of pickles sporting the nifty LeLo-design label. What were the first words out of the recipient's mouth? Not "oh, wow, pickles." Nope. She said: "What a great label. Where did you get those?" (uh, huh, she knew I didn't make them!) Thanks, LeLo!
OMG, that link! If those were my neighbors I would move. Gag.
Those inflatable things are the worst. Especially in the morning. Because nothing says "festive" like a giant pile of what look to be oversized multicolored condoms.
The folks across the street from us have inflatable santa and inflatable snowman. The snowman is fine but every night I see santa face down on the lawn which always makes me think he's had too much egg nog.
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