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What Once Burned Bright

December 18, 2020

Remember the rogue ornament flying above my Christmas tree? Well, this happened:

purple ball made form Christmas lights, half-lit


Mr. K pushed on all the lights on that side to see if one had come loose. Apparently not, as it remained half lit. So then this happened:

purple ball made form Christmas lights, partially disassembled


The plastic star-shaped sleeves around the lights are very sharp and pointy, and it’s hard to remove the bulbs to replace them, and we’ve had this for years so it’s not like we haven’t gotten good use out of it, so we decided not to pursue fixing it. I found another burnt out light on the tree so replaced it with one of the purple ones from the ball, and slipped a few of the star sleeves over lights on the tree, and then, because I have a hard time letting go, put the partially disassembled rogue ornament into a box until I decide if I want to harvest more of the pieces. First resolution for 2021: do not pack up partially disassembled ball with the rest of the Christmas decorations.


On this date in 2019: Yesterday’s Beauty
2018: Reorganizing
2017: C’mon Snow
2016: Yak Emulation
2015: It’s Handy to Be Married to Someone Handy
2014: Detroit Back in the Day
2013: WDW Day 2: Epcot
2012: There’s Cake in There Somewhere
2011: Stockpiling
2010: Getting With the Times
2009: Lady Doctors
2008: I Am Not a Girlie Girl
2007: Oh Office Tree
2006: No entry
2005: Winter Count—July
2004: Just Another Saturday Morning
2003: Car Talk
2002: Humbug

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