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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

We Wish You A Merry Christmas

What is this insistence on playing Christmas music so early?? Now it starts before Halloween. The problem (among many) with this is that by the time Christmas comes, I'm so tired of carols that I can't enjoy them at Christmas!! Cease and desist. December 1st---that's the earliest I should ever hear anything about Christmas.


Blogger Preben and Ellen Enger said...

oh i never think it's too early for christmas music! i absolutely LOVE the songs! and i don't get sick of it! :) i actually think some songs could be played year round, i mean, They are about Jesus, afterall! :)

10:31 AM, November 18, 2008

Blogger jay are said...

hey, thanks for chiming in! I'm glad people like to hear them a lot more than I do. It always amazes me how early they start, tho. By Christmas I'm usually ready to hear a different song besides the 10 that usually get played! At least there are more and more variations, so that's good.

Hope you guys are doing good!

11:20 AM, November 18, 2008

Blogger unca said...

I have to agree with Derring-Do here. When I start hearing "The Little Drummer Boy" my stress level goes up. A reminder that (as PG Wodehouse wrote),Christmas will soon be at our throats.

11:29 AM, November 18, 2008

Blogger Preben and Ellen Enger said...

haha, ok unca scrooge...... haha jk. i know i'm one of the few who could go on listening to these songs all day/year long. :) i don't know why i love them so much!! in fact, i'm listening to them now! :) don't judge. - but its only a week til thanksgiving and that's when they start on the radio anyway. :)

11:55 AM, November 18, 2008

Blogger jay are said...

Christmas will soon be at our throats...haha...good one. It's come to that, I know! Good thing the true meaning of it all has nothing to do with this time of year and isn't a once-a-year consideration anyway (or shouldn't be!)...

12:20 PM, November 18, 2008

Blogger Midlife Mama said...

I'm with you on this one. My favorite radio station plays Christmas music 24/7 beginning the day after Thanksgiving. I am usually ready to puke about Dec. 10th, so I wish they would wait until later to start playing it. And they play the same ones over, and over and over. Bleah.

And I LOVE Christmas music. But enough is enough.

12:06 PM, November 19, 2008

Blogger jay are said...

yeah, I know what you mean. I really love it too, but it's a bummer to be kinda sick of it by the time Christmas actually rolls around!

1:19 PM, November 19, 2008

Blogger jay are said...

ellen needs to inject us with her appreciation of it!! :)

1:19 PM, November 19, 2008

Blogger Preben and Ellen Enger said...

yes! i don't know how to help you guys!! i feel bad for you! i wish everyone could love it as much as i do :) haha.

2:14 PM, November 19, 2008

Blogger jay are said...

you could give classes or something. Or make a pill that we could take. :)

11:47 PM, November 19, 2008

Blogger unca said...

There are two songs that expecially drive me up the wall:
"Jingle Bell Rock" and "We Need a Little Christmas"

12:09 PM, November 21, 2008

Blogger jay are said...

"We need a little Christmas"?? I don't know if I even know that one. How is that possible? Hum a few bars, yeah?

5:04 PM, November 21, 2008


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