Wild Footage Shows Why It’s Time For South Jersey To Ditch The Christmas Trees
Well, it's officially the new year. 2021 came and went, and we can't exactly say regret extending it good riddance.
Since the holidays are now over, have you thought about taking down the Christmas decorations? I know, it's always so sad to put them all back. It seems like the joy and cheer all goes away with them until the following holiday season.
While you don't necessarily have to take down ALL the Christmas decor, you might really want to consider taking down the Christmas tree. Not trying to be a Debbie Downer, here, but it may be for the best. What you don't want to do is wait for the tree to completely dry out in the stand before finally choosing to put it outside.
It's dangerous to wait until the eleventh hour like that.
For one, if you wait too long, the tree could dry out so much that it could cause a fire. If your tree is near a heat source (which it shouldn't be), then you should especially get rid of it before an accident happens. Sure, it's depressing to watch the holiday cheer seem to disappear, but sometimes it's better to be safe than sorry. Don't start off the new year with a tragedy, okay?
Wouldn't want this to happen to you. WATCH: