Is it way too early to be thinkin of what to do during the midterm holiday already?!
I'm the teacher, not the student...
why would it be too early? The earlier the better I say! I mean, if you get your plans ready now, you have time to change them instead of trying to put something together at the last minute and then having it not workout (plane tickets, park passes, whether or not things are open etc.)
by Rhysjc 7 years ago
Hey everyone, as you may know I've written a lot of hubs on halloween in the past few weeks. In hindsight I would perhaps have seperated these hubs and written about each topic in more detail, but oh well.Anyway, I've run out of ideas for halloween hubs, and I was wondering if it's too early to...
by Daniel J. Neumann 7 years ago
What do you say when it's too early?I say, "Let's talk about it anyway."
by Novel Treasure 5 years ago
Is it too early for Christmas ads?I read a story about how Target was already starting their Christmas ads on tv, then I had the luxury (or not) of seeing it last night. Do you think it is way too early to start Christmas ads? Does the company who starts advertising first really get more of our...
by Lisa Brown 5 years ago
Is it too early to think about summer?
by mirra 5 years ago
The hubby and I can't decide whether we should neuter our puppy. I have read both pros and cons of neutering online and it seems there are complications to both such as neutering too early can cause development issues and certain cancers and not neutering can cause roaming and prostate cancer....
by Derek Slark 4 years ago
How early is too early to put up Christmas decorations?When do you think is the right time to put up your Christmas decorations?
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