Christmas is in the air, in the stores, in homes and outside. I grew up learning to decorate for Christmas after Thanksgiving but no one else seem to believe in this. I saw Christmas decorations in the stores when I was shopping for some back to school items. There are some people who decorated for Halloween with Christmas lights. I guess they only have to take down the pumpkins and ghosts while leaving their lights up. There were ads on TV about a month ago promoting Christmas layaways. Now is it that serious we want to put items in layaway for Christmas? Maybe, I wouldn’t do it. I like giving for the holidays but my gifts are cheap so there is no need for layaway or sales. In between Halloween and Thanksgiving we have the big sales on Christmas decorations. Sometimes I wonder what happened to the decorations from the previous year. I’m pretty sure it’s not that many people that just moved into their own homes. I went to school and noticed the week of Veteran’s day they decided to put up their Christmas decorations. The funny thing about the decorations at homes, in parks and at businesses will be how long they stay up. Christmas decorations normally stay up after the New Year for most. On a sad note, I don’t like the fact that some stores require their clerks to say Happy Holidays instead of Merry Christmas. This is not allowing people to have religious freedom. It’s been said for years, so why stop it now. Anyway, I would like to say it early,” Merry Christmas” and enjoy shopping people.
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