I love spring and Easter too
P. S. Also, just to add, I notice that you live in the UK. I am in the United States where we have Thanksgiving Day on the last Thursday in November.It used to be that you had decorations and a run-up - advertising and all the rest - for Halloween. The run-up usually starting about mid-October (after Columbus Day, Oct 12 - which you would call a "bank holiday.") Then the run-up to Thanksgiving - again decorations and such going up the day after Veterans Day - which you would call Remembrance Day on Nov. 11 Then the day AFTER Thanksgiving, the Christmas run up would begin - starting with Black Friday (the day after Thanksgiving and so named because sales were so huge that it would put shops "in the black" profitable for the year.) Moreover, my brother's birthday is December 8, my mother's is December 16 and so we did not decorate - and even now I still do not - till the day after December 16. (In fact, I usually wait - the kid's pleading notwithstanding - till December 21, the first day of winter.)Put it all together and there was a big build-up that made me look forward to it. Plus the decorations always came down On New Year's Day so that you did not get tired of them. Now, Christmas begins in October and I even saw a Black Thursday in September sale. No joke. So by the time you hit Christmas you can stick a fork in me - I'm done.So you get a little tired of it all. Anyhow, I saw that you just replied to me so I will stop and read your message. Thanks also for the thumbs up.
Saw your message. You have excellent taste and are wise beyond your years and stand for all that is good and decent and noble in man. I salute you!!
Your welcome. Halloween decorations are in stores in September and Christmas in October here. In October you have Halloween and Christmas decorations in shops together. We do not have Thanksgiving here
Well, I knew you did not have Thanksgiving, but otherwise you suffer now what we Americans endure too. As I say, we used to keep the months and holidays distinct as I laid it out. Now we have Christmas and Halloween decorations together too. An even greater offense - and don't get me wrong, I loved school - but now we have "Back to School" sales beginning the day after Independence Day - the 4th of July!!! (Which, believe me, I KNOW you guys would not celebrate.) Still, back to school in mid-summer!!! It is an offense against the laws of God and man. Back in my day, "Back to School" sales did not begin till after August 15 - for a school year that began the first Tuesday in September.So now they have messed everything up and the only thing that gives me hope is young people like you who know the value of Spring, Summer and Easter Sunday. You have the wisdom of the ages!!
I agree with you I like celebrations to be in season
That is, as I say, because you are wise beyond your years. Your parents raised you well and I have no doubt that such a right thinker as yourself is destined for great things!!
Where have I heard that before? However, I admit that you have good taste. Welcome to the club!!!You forgot to vote - though. C'mon, we Easter fans need your vote!!
Why did you copy him lol?
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