As you travel down Broadway here in Sedalia, you pass several houses that are lit up bright with Christmas lights and decorations. If you travel a bit further, you will see one house that isn't feeling the Christmas spirit at all, you may go as far as saying that the biggest Scrooge in America happens to live right here in Sedalia
So I was shopping for a costume on Halloween, and couldn't help but notice all the Christmas decorations in the stores. That's right, Christmas. In October. Another store in town even had their Christmas stuff up in SEPTEMBER. Christmas has pretty much already taken over Thanksgiving, and it looks like it's getting into Halloween.
Ladies and gentleman, we're back at it again -- it's another round of dogs in holiday costumes. This time, however, there's a huge difference-- we're not responsible in the least bit! See, these dogs did it all to themselves.
I'm one of those people that believe Christmas decorations should not be put up until after Thanksgiving. I enjoy the holidays, but I also like for them to have a special feeling. I think we lose some of that when we start seeing stores display Christmas merchandise after the day after Halloween. Some retailers have had their displays up for weeks already. Apparently, I'm not alone.
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