OMG no - but I know that you're right!
Sadly, so early.
Humbug, the hardest months of the year for my family are: back to school in Sept, the end of school in May, and December.......! Starting earlier might take some stress off....gonna go make jam instead.
Oh, yes, I LIKE this one...so true!
At this rate I shall have finished my Christmas shopping before the end of the school holidays!
It is getting earlier and earlier to put the Christmas items out. Someday it will be all year long.
YIKES! Happy Christmas to you- hope I am not late!
dave as a teacher just started holiday i'm right inside the "back-to-school" ads. my heart breaks for the kiddies! steven
Let's get this stress, I mean celebration, started. Wait, I'm not ready. Are you, Dave?
Response Haiku:Oh no, no, no, no,no, no, no, no, no, no, no,no, no, no, no, no.
Tell me it isn't so ..... Kass hit the nail right on the head!
I can't say anything.I'm knitting Christmas presents now.
ha!Aloha from Waikiki Comfort Spiral
Thanks everyone, we seem to be united on this - knitting doesn't seem to me to break the unanimity. But it was pointed out to me yesterday that there are Christmas Shops open and doing a roaring trade all the year round. So who patronises them - and for what?
Selfridges seems to pride itself on being first with a Christmas shop but I think they keep the window display for later! The child in me would love a year round Christmas shop!
DerrickApparently we have one close to us - but I've never seen it!
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