Christmas Tree Graveyard

It's January and all over the streets of Los Angeles you can find Christmas Tree Graveyards.

It is very similar to the era of the black plague in England when there were so many victims that families piled up the bodies of their dead outside, with no proper burial. It also looks similar to the toilet garden I blogged about last month.

It makes me sad to see these trees abandoned in a pile, but it is nice that they have each other.

I am trying to make my blog more of a news/journalism blog so I decided to try to interview one of the trees in this pile. This is the first interview ever on my blog. I hope you enjoy it.

Ken: Hello

Tree: No Response

Ken: How are you today?

Tree: No Response

Ken: I am doing well, thank you. I was wondering how it makes you feel to be thrown outside after Christmas ends?

Tree: No Response

Ken: If it makes you sad, you can just say "Yes" , if you are very happy and so are all your friends, then you can just be silent.

Tree: No Response (I am very happy and so are all my friends)

Ken: I'm so glad to hear that. I am happy too.

Well, I guess it was silly of me to feel bad for these Christmas trees, it turns out that they are all very happy.

I hope you are having a happy new year too, and so are all the Christmas trees in your life.

Ken Tanaka Loves You.