Christmas Fever

I love everything about the holiday season. The smell of fresh baked cookies, ugly sweaters, wearing vanilla bean fragrance, the decorations and just the overall yuletide cheer that is present during this time of year. On a recent trip to the store, I was overwhelmed by the amount of Christmas items already available for purchase. I shared a post on social media showing all the Christmas decorations available and a friend had to talk me down from purchasing the entire aisle.

I’m a Christmas fanatic so I loved every moment I had in the store and may have purchased a few of items. The problem is Thanksgiving is first and I think it is slightly too soon to begin selling Christmas items. That same night I came home and a catalog featuring the “Hot Toys” for Christmas was already in my mailbox. Is this the new normal? Is Thanksgiving now seen as the “pre-party” to Christmas? It seems like every year the celebration of Christmas begins earlier and earlier. I think the true meaning of the season is taking a backseat to gifts and other meaningless things.

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