Wednesday, November 15, 2006

'Tis not the season yet.

My understanding is that it's generally accepted that "The Christmas Season" begins the day after Thanksgiving. The management company here at work is jumping the gun a little bit... This tree was assembled and lit up yesterday.


Merry Christmas! It's November 14.

7 comments:

ThePainterClan said...

I hear ya on this one but I do kinda like that all the stores have Christmas stuff up already. It's festive and cozy and gives me that warm fuzzy feeling....

The Dixon Family said...

Our (Griswold) neighbors have a tree in their window and they've been working all week to get their Christmas decorations up. Spencer's threatened to call the HOA on them b/c the rules are 30 days--no earlier!!! BAH HUMBUG.


*The above comment in no way implies that my husband does not like the Christmas season. It does, however, imply that he doesn't like our neighbors.

Courtney said...

I agree, unless of course there are actual seasons involved...therefore things can be determined by season, not date. Arizona will always be by date, unfortunately.

robyn said...

We all know my saying by now but I will say it again for those who dont know in the blogging community. GIVE THE PILGRIMS THEIR MONTH

Aubrey said...

I didn't know that saying. And it is a good one.

Cameron said...

Robyn is a big supporter of the pilgrims. She won't even hum a christmas carol until Thanksgiving is over. I believe that the Pilgrims knew Christmas was coming when they had their feast, and might have even put up lights prior to the dinner.

Courtney said...

It depends on where they lived in the country which pertains to seasons.