March 13, 2013

It's been 78 days people...enough already

Witness, if you will, what I saw today at lunch.

Picture the scene.

It's a beautiful day - almost spring-like.  The warmth and the sun are teasing you with the promise of days to come.  You are driving back to the office when all of a sudden you are accosted with this coming at you....


in March!  Check that...the MIDDLE of March!

Not that I am judging (ok, maybe a little) but seriously?

Spring is (almost) in the air over here and there are still 286 days ahead of us until NEXT Christmas.

For the love of Mike, do what the majority of us would have done already.  The next time you walk out to your car and see this stuff, rather than just shrugging and thinking "I'll deal with it tomorrow", take the 2.9 seconds out of your life to rip it off and throw it in the back seat.  Where it can reside until AFTER Thanksgiving and then, and ONLY then, you can pull it back out and redecorate the car.



  1. Im gonna say that someone is trying to piss someone off...
    "hey honey, when you gonna take down them antlers?"

    "when Im good and ready dang it!"

    "do it now!"

    "now see how long they stay"

  2. What? Christmas is OVER? It's not even Easter yet! :-)

  3. I was driving through a neighborhood today and saw that their out side trees were still decorated with ornaments. How they survived the blizzard I'll never know, but it sure did look weird since I was only wearing a T-shirt.

    Course, my dad and brother stopped over today to measure the windows for the new ones... they had to battle the Christmas lights. Course, Youngest's birthday is in two days... so we're calling them birthday lights.

  4. It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas....oh wait, that's just the new pope!

  5. Ha! I have to agree with Choleesa. There is more to that story than meets the eye and I venture to guess that the spouse of the driver is the driving force behind that red nose and antlers.

  6. Ha! Some people still have lights on their house in my neighborhood. They don't turn them on but they're still hanging off the house.