Ain't it the truth, Toonman?I am not sure if it was because Thanksgiving came so late this year, but it seemed to start extra early, and extra voraciously.
Personally I am holding out for Festivus. As long as no shopping is involved.
So so true
can't live without it...or can we? hehehe. I like your red & green Toonman.
Too true, Toonman. Although I like to put up a small tree in the front window at Christmas, my Jewish/agnostic husband is content with buying large gifts for the grandchildren and delivering them after Christmas, hopefully between Christmas and New Year's Eve, but often in January or even February. My part in all this is to help him wrap awkwardly-shaped gifts, figure out how to get them in to the car, and go with him on his out-of-town deliveries, depending upon the weather. The young people in my family have learned that I send cards with cheques in them.I think his favorite gift-buying this year will be the new bed for the dog. She is becoming blind, and quite dependent upon us to help her with navigation, and he is spoiling her rotten. (Same husband couldn't understand why I wanted a Golden Retriever.)Season's Greetings to you both.K
Oops, missed the heading. I didn't say there's no L, musta been someone else.LOLK