Eldyn’s Dictionary: Tree Crumbs

January 22, 2015 § Leave a comment

Tree Crumbs – [tree kruhms] (noun): A path of needle-like leaves that runs straight from a decorated evergreen, coniferous tree’s original position of prominence to a sad little spot in the alley. The remnants of Christmas. The major downside to getting our tree early is that we lose a lot of needles taking it out to the curb in January. It’s sad and also annoying. I thought I was the only one who hated it but I was wrong. Lew hates it too. Earlier this month when we were taking it down, he lashed out, “I have tree crumbs on my feet!”



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