I visited a blog that was selling some of these tree toppers and the variety astounded me:
Some were wintery decorations. Things like:
* Ginger bread men
* Spires that looked like the steeples of a Russian church buildings.
Then, there were some peculiar decorations that still had a Christmas connection.
* I found a few that featured Elvis (Blue Christmas)
* And at least 3 Grinches (Grinch pic)
BUT perhaps the oddest tree toppers of all were:
* A "Peace" Sign
* Glinda... the good witch from Wizard of Oz
* and (pause) YODA!
"Christmas will come, it will"
Now I have no idea what those last four decorations had to do with Christmas, but I do know that none of those decorations came even close to competingwith the top two ...
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