Aloha Friday!

Today is Friday, it's time to relax and that only means it's time for Aloha Friday! If you have no clue what Aloha Friday is already, go to An Island Life and you'll figure it out pretty fast:)



Now my Question here is:

Do you have an artificial Christmas Tree or a natural one?

And my answer is
: we finally bought a natural one! We wouldn't have, but at the begining of December seems like we got a good deal... later on, closer to Christmas, they're either sold out pretty much or really expensive... unless you buy it on Christmas night(like we did last year).. but since we got a good deal on a natural one right now, why pas it???.. it smells beautifully and it feels like Christmas to me:)
So now it's your turn:) Tell us what do you guys have!

Aloha Everyone!

26 comments:

Bridgette said...

I have an artificial tree with the lights already on it. I can't stand putting light on a tree! :)

JamericanSpice said...

We have an artificial one going two years now.

My inlaws however do the natural trees

Happy Friday.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

We have fake tree. It keeps me from sneezing.

~ Noelle said...

we normally have a real tree,but this year, artificial
hope you had a happy birthday

Ave said...

Natural

Auntie E said...

Artificial one that smell like a real one. it even looks like a real one. but no needles to clean up.

Judson Family said...

We always have a "REAL" Natural Christmas tree. It is so much fun to go out as a family and pick out the tree. Although come January I am so over sweeping up Pine needles.

Serendipity is Sweet said...

I prefer real trees and always have. But for the past few years we've gone artificial. It's just easier with the three kids and puppy around. Plus, we usually put our tree up after Thanksgiving and don't have to worry about it drying out.
One day we'll go back to real trees though.

TheAngelForever said...

We're Jewish, so no Christmas Tree here. Love looking at all of the lights when we go out and about at night though.

Jennifer Leigh said...

We get a real one. Hubby insists. I could care less to be honost LOL. I added you to my linky. Sorry it wasn't up when you stopped by!

Amy said...

We have real but I am not sure when we get it.

Jennifer said...

Definitely a natural tree.

blogrock said...

fake, real ones go dry very fast in this desert climate, in fact theyre half dead on the lots. i got my tree for $20 at a yard sale it was a $200 tree.. yay! miss the smell of real ones though.

Rob said...

Artifical tree and we have had it for about 5 yrs and we love it. Not water or needles.

Happy Friday!

giggling kids said...

We have an artifical tree. It already has the lights on it and it rotates.
http://gigglingkids.blogspot.com/2009/12/aloha-friday-8.html

Annie said...

I have a fiber optic tree, is artificial.

Thanks for stopping by my blog today.

Have a nice weekend.

Twincerely,Olga said...

we usually have a real tree but we haven't gotten ours yet!

Annie said...

We have an artificial one. We tried a real one and it was awful - too messy and since it was cedar it had a bad smell after awhile. I love our artificial tree!

have a great weekend!

ღ pinaymama ღ said...

real 6 foot inch tree! :)

Kristin said...

Nothing beats the smell of a real Christmas tree....but with kitties and a toddler we go with faux!

Angela @ Nine More Months said...

We have a little (4 footer) artificial tree because we've always lived in tiny apartments. This year we have the room for a big real tree, but won't be home. Maybe next year!


Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

Katie said...

Yea!! So glad you got a real one!!

Jean Stockdale said...

Thanks for stopping by last week. I am a bit behind in responding. We had a lovely Thanksgiving. We had ham and this year, I bought 2 rotisserie chickens since we are not huge fans of turkey. It worked out great and tasted good withe the sausage pecan dressing and gravy, rolls, sweet potato casserole, corn casserole, cranberry sauce, broccoli and rice casserole and pecan pie for dessert.

We had family and friends over and it was a wonderful time of food and fellowship. Hope you continue to enjoy this special time of year.

Oh, and we went to an artificial tree that is prelit a long time ago. Blessings.

Pamela M. Kramer said...

Real because I love the way it makes our house smell.

Kim said...

We have an artificial one. Even if we got a real one I would want to still put up the fake one but my hubby thinks one tree is enough. Hope you had a great weekend!

OLLIE MCKAY'S ~ A Chic Boutique said...

Real ~ all the way!! Love the smell! However, I have to admit that the older I get, the more appealing an artificial tree becomes!! And, I did see a huge snow flocked tree at a friend's cabin last year and fell in love - and then was shocked to find out it was, GASP. . . Fake!!!