How soon after eating your Thanksgiving Dinner did you have your Christmas Lights up and on?
Two days before Thanksgiving. Here in Ohio when the weather breaks you have to act fast. You never know when partly cloudy can become three feet of snow.
We put our Christmas lights up yesterday afternoon (Sunday). We wanted to do it Saturday, but a couple of our strands of lights were no longer in working order so we had to run to Wal-Mart to buy replacements on Saturday afternoon. After battling the Thanksgiving weekend crowd at Wally World I was in no mood to put them up when we got home!!
I completely understand the crowds being fatiguing. BTW, I kind of miss the old one week interlude before disposing of Thanksgiving. It seems we go from one week of Halloween, briefing eat a Turkey dinner and then it is Christmas. Thanks
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