Don’t get me wrong…I love Christmas. I do! I LOVE it a whole lot!
But I am just not ready for ABC Family’s 25 Days of Christmas programming (which starts on November 22nd, in case you were wondering.) Or Hallmark Channel’s Christmas movies (most of which seem to be Debbie Macomber specials) and which are already playing, by the way. Or how about KOST 103.5, a radio station in LA that is starting their Christmas music tomorrow…TOMORROW!
Starbucks has their Christmas blends and their red cups (which is all I have to say about that STUPID ‘controvery!’)
Walmart and American Girl are on my hit list for their rampant Christmas commercials (you know what you did!)
HELLO!!! Is anyone else still eating Halloween candy? Is anyone else just tying to keep up with the fact that Thanksgiving is coming? Nevermind Christmas and New Year’s and Valentine’s Day and Easter.
If I wasn’t so involved in social media (and enjoy it so much) I might consider going on strike.
What’s a girl gotta do to live in the moment?
The Christmas season used to be something I looked forward to. Something that I eagerly anticipated. Something that began as soon as the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade ended and Santa came down the street.
That was when Christmas fever was allowed to begin. 1 month of excitement. 1 month of commercials. 1 month of TV specials and movies and music and parades and peppermint mocha choca lattes and such.
Can we go back to that? I’m not talking about the true meaning of Christmas. Please don’t misunderstand. I think it’s easy for people to misunderstand these days. In fact, it’s almost as if people are just looking for things to misunderstand. (Red cups anyone??!!)
*Photo from @arrowtwentytwo Instagram
The true meaning of Christmas is something that I love to celebrate and think about all year long. But commercialized Christmas? That has it’s place and time. And I just think the time hasn’t come yet.
Personally I’d just like to get through the week, much less the entire rest of 2015.
Who’s with me???