"One of the things I gave my mom last year was a scrapbook. Moms love them. If you want me to help you make one, Pete, I'd be more than happy to." It wasn't as though she had much else to do at the moment anyway. Maybe a project would help pass the time. And then the thought dawned on her to make one for Ororo as well. She'd appreciate a more tangible way to remember some of the best times at Xavier's.
She heard Terry's muttering since she was so close to her, but didn't quite make the connection between the words and the meaning. She grinned, though, looking over the trees. "I always loved going over to friends' during this time of year. At my house we never did the tree thing, but I could stare for hours at the trees in other people's houses. There's something about them that is just so pretty." Her eyes landed on a nice big blue spruce that was full and had a thick trunk. It was a little tall, but anything smaller wouldn't look right inside the mansion. She pointed and looked at Pete. "How about that one?"
Putting her hands back in her pockets, Kitty took a step back to get the full effect of the tree. It was beautiful and would smell amazing once it was inside. Somehow she knew as soon as the three was up, people would be coming out of the woodwork to help decorate it. She was looking forward to it.
"Um, Pete..." Kitty bit on a smirk as she looked up at her tall friend. "That's just a shed. When I said tree farm...I actually meant just the woods behind the mansion." There was an urge to pat his head like a cute little puppy, but she refrained. "If you want to pay someone, though, I'll take your money."
Terry's comment about fruit trees made her shrug her shoulders. "I don't see why not. Although it might be a little too rough for a fruit tree here."