Inverted Christmas Tree, by Will Saunders
I was surfing the net (do people still say that?), and I saw an ad for an upside down Christmas tree. I thought it was a joke, so I did some searches and found plenty of these trees for sale by various vendors.
My first thought was how weird that is. But then, I realized how practical it is. With a wide bottom, most standard trees take up a lot of space. By inverting it, the bottom is on top and it gives you more room. That’s particularly important for people in homes with limited space. Some people who might want one but not able to fit it in their space, just might be able to have a tree. Nonetheless, I still wouldn’t get one though. I’m a traditionalist; that can be either a blessing or a curse. Give me my old fashioned, regular “normal” tree or no tree at all.