Upside-Down Trees Are A Thing Now

Brace yourselves. In this topsy-turvy year of 2017, even the trees are undergoing a makeover. The upside-down Christmas tree is one of the trendiest items of the season. The benefits: it’s a space-saver, since most of us have fewer decorations occupying our ceilings. And by opening up all that real estate on the bottom, there’s more room for model train sets and presents. Plus, more ornaments can be put out of reach of little hands. And Upside-down trees are actually an old, old custom from Eastern Europe and were used in the Middle Ages, noted. Those Middle Age Eastern European Christians believed they represented the Trinity, and Christ being crucified.
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