When should you start celebrating Christmas?


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2005-11-21 21:19:26
2005-11-21 21:19:26

There is no right or wrong way to answer this question. In each family, they start to celebrate the week after Thanksgiving, while others spend the day after Thanksgiving seting up the house and shopping for Christmas. It is all up to you. How much do you want to celebrate? Do you love this time of year? If you truly love Christas, then I see no point in not starting now. You can even celebrate each and every day of the year.


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