It's Only November, Folks

First Christmas song heard on the radio--Wednesday, November 12.
First dusting of snow in CinCity--Sunday, November 16.
What about Thanksgiving??
Good grief...

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  1. You got that right, Charlie Distracted! But don't worry, I'm gonna hold the line in spirit and not go near Christmas until the Friday after Thanksgiving, like a good American citizen.

    Well... Except, perhaps, for the secret indulgence in Christmas music, beginning with Aimee Mann's "One More Drifter in the Snow's" "Whatever Happened to Christmas?," that I have secreted on my MAC at work.

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  2. Wrapped in a lite garment
    the early guest arrives
    not sure of welcome
    but sure of her beauty.

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  3. Good grief indeed. I went to the store for a few things and was bombarded by red and green. We've had some snow up here as well-----and rain and wind--the ever-popular wintry mix.

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  4. I heard non-stop Christmas music at Wal-Mart on HALLOWEEN.

    Bah humbug.

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  5. For those of us hoping to make a bit of money during the holidays, you have to start early, but I agree, we have to draw the line somewhere. It is too early for the music :-).

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  6. I can't help it but I've caught the Christmas spirit. I've even been listening to holiday music. Though I don't know if you can call Yo Yo Ma's new holiday cd strictly Christmas. Nor Ottmar Liebert's Poets and Angels. They've both been played a lot this weekend. Detroit has a blanket of snow too. Makes me want to throw another log on the fire and break out the mistletoe!

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