19 thoughts on “Christmas Is Officially Over”

  1. Christmas is usually over for me on 26 December. 😀 (And by that I mean, that is the day the decorations get stored away till next year.)

  2. I do have to explain my last comment. I take all the decorations down ASAP because I REALLY dislike the holiday season. If I could get away with it, I would undecorate(?) on December 25! My biggest dream is to go somewhere for Christmas where the holiday isn’t celebrated. :/ (Actually, I want to be put to sleep just before Thanksgiving and wake up some time around 3 January–completely avoid the season! Now THAT would be a dream come true.) 😀

  3. Time to start shopping for NEXT Christmas. The way things are going, we’ll probably see the first Christmas ads about next week

  4. It snowed here today. Are you sure Christmas is over? Isn’t that the kind of thing you carry in your heart year round?

  5. Well, if you mean the decorations are now officially put away – then you know why I try not to put any up in the first place. *grin*

  6. Would you please let my neighbors down the way know this little known fact? Yes, it’s April 9th and they still have lights up on their house.

    Have I ever mentioned, I live in the hood?

  7. OMG, that’s funny. I guess with Tax Day around the corner, maybe it was …time? 🙂 Yay, it has to feel good to have that off your list!

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