1.19.2009

Appalling!


It is Januray 19th, people! Please read this post... if you can't manage to take them down by V-Day, you shall be banished to the midwest and be forced to live in a trailer with your face airbrushed on the side. Have fun with that, Dorothy.
By the way- Blue, really? BLUE?!?!?

6 comments:

Stacey said...

So I'm totally guilty of this. I always leave my Christmas decor up until the end of Jan. It's just so pretty and there's just soooo much work that goes into decorating to just take it all down in a few weeks. In my defense, I only have one strand of garland up on our front porch railing, so the whole house isn't lit up. And we still have lots of snow here. Can't a girl just love Christmas and not be considered white trash?? LOL.

lmhiserman said...

So, you MAY think that I'm guilty of this, but it's all my husband's fault. He refuses to take the lights down. I have unplugged them though, so I have won a small battle in this big Xmas light war.

{april kennedy} said...

I almost took a picture last night of my neighbor's house for my blog. We drive by it every night and say "Merry Christmas" to each other. I told Dave if it was still up Jan 30th I was blogging about it.

We have lighted house and moving reindeer! And had to do a court intervention last February. I started it by singing Christmas Carols on their front porch!

Rachel said...

I see you're a reader. is there a book group. I've always wanted to be part of a book group.I get snotty when the book choices suck but it looks like you're reading some good ones.

Mary Berry said...

HAHA!! Thats classic! I get so annyoed when people leave there lights up for that long! And I agree with the blue! Like for real are those people really that tacky!? So sad. Maybe you should go knock on there door and give them a lesson in class cuz wow they don't have much if they have blue and not just any blue but bright brillant blue for christmas lights! SCARY!!

Deb said...

I wonder if these people are jewish. This is a running joke with MATT and I. Whenever I see blue lights on houses I always think that they're Jewish but I could be wrong.