It’s hard to tell if it’s a media manufactured trend, a parody of some of the silly things posted on Pinterest, or an actual reaction to the ‘upside down’ times we seem to be living in. But people are doing it. And businesses are selling them: upside down Christmas trees.
Some people hang them from the ceiling. Others place them upside down on the floor. They are even being set up this season in the lobbies of fancy hotels.
And you can buy them on line for anywhere from $500 to $1000 bucks. Pretty steep for something that may stay trendy for only a year. But you know what. I’m kinda ready for a change.