New York Cliché of the Day: The Rockefeller Christmas Tree Isn’t Built in a Day

Next time my boyfriend implies I take too long getting ready, I’m showing him this:

The Rockefeller Tree Prepares

This was the Rockefeller Christmas Tree on Sunday November 12th. This beauty’s won’t be lit for 2.5 weeks (November 29th) but hey, she’s arrived! And putting more effort into getting ready then I did for all my single dating days combined!

I knew it was a process, covering a giant evergreen in twinkle lights, but I never guessed they start this early.

The Rockefeller Christmas Tree is not a #WokeUpLikeThis situation.

I’m not complaining! I’m stilling trying to savor fall. The scaffold is really working for me, sort of gives off an “oven racks!” vibe, no?

If you’re a professional tree lighter, what do you do in the off season? Get Kim Kardashian ready for the Met Gala? Similar skill set, I imagine, right?

Last year I visited the Rockefeller Christmas Tree alone and swore I’d never do it again.  Didn’t even make it to the holidays without breaking that promise…

But this time was a very different experience. In fact, I recommend if you’re going to go visit this tree all by yourself, go now. Avoid the crowds and you might even catch her naked! Oh yeah, I’m serious.

About New York Cliche

NYC lifestyle blog by Mary Lane. Events, adventures, epic mistakes, dating, life, humor. A 20-something trying to make it (and make out) in the city of dreams.

2 thoughts on “New York Cliché of the Day: The Rockefeller Christmas Tree Isn’t Built in a Day

  1. This is so interesting! I never been to New York so never seen the Rockerfeller tree but it is so interesting to see how much work they put into it to get it decorated for Christmas!

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