It’s Only the First of November

November 5, 2019 at 4:07 pm 2 comments

Notice all the houses decorated for Christmas before Thanksgiving Day?
In Mission Hills subdivision there is a turkey made from a bale of hay. Driving around town you see more than one cement goose lawn ornament dressed as a Pilgrim. In Colonial Springs there is a Minnie Mouse statue dressed as Pocahontas.
Early in the week you could hear the leaf blowers throughout the different neighborhoods. Streets were lined with piles of leaves waiting on city crews.
Yes at our house we opted to get ahead of the bad weather and decorate the outside lights. Although we will NOT turn the lights on until it gets closer to Christmas, it was easier to string the lights along the eaves when our fingers weren’t so cold.
There is a house on Smith Valley Road that has Christmas lights up and lit for display the day after Halloween. I’m afraid if we start with the Christmas decorations in October we might tire of them by December.
But then again there is a house in Northern Park that has their holidays up already….simply because they have never taken them down all year.
It is difficult to get in the Christmas spirit still munching Halloween candy








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  • 1. Andrea  |  November 5, 2019 at 5:25 pm

    So true. Always enjoy your writings. Happy holidays, my friend.

  • 2. Kate Phillips  |  November 6, 2019 at 8:42 am

    And 102.9 started playing Christmas songs on November 1. Yeah! At least I can sing along because I know the lyrics!!!!

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