Christmas Comes Early

They come earlier every year. Lights. Presents. And most of all, the music. Armed with wrapped packages and plastic trees, tv advertisers push you to buy their products earlier and earlier every year. Is it right? Is the holiday a long time coming every year? Or can the cheer and festivities slow down? Read on to find out more about both sides. 

The holiday spirit is a wonderful feeling that many people enjoy bringing into their homes. Many people believe that Thanksgiving should be somewhat Christmas themed. They believe that Christmas decorations don’t squash Thanksgiving.  Lights, trees, and decorations can make Thanksgiving feel more festive. Sometimes people just enjoy putting up decorations. 

On the other hand, many people feel like they see Christmas ads and decorations earlier every year. They see lights and trees the day after Halloween is over. Some argue that it squashes other holidays like Thanksgiving and even Halloween. Greedy store owners may start advertising as soon as possible to get a head start on others. People might think that Christmas already has enough attention and doesn’t need to come earlier than December. That’s almost an entire month before the actual holiday. Does it really need more time than that? 

What’s your opinion? Do you think Christmas is over celebrated? Or does it deserve attention before Thanksgiving?