Writing Can Be Murder

December 26, 2008

I considered running over Santa

Filed under: Uncategorized — love2wryte @ 9:35 pm

ENOUGH with Christmas already. Christmas used to run from Thanksgiving thru Dec. 25th. That was nice. It made it special.

But now it goes from the beginning of October thru…? By the time Thanksgiving rolls around I’m already sick of Xmas decorations and carols.

So today, when I saw some poor fool dressed up as Santa standing on the side of the road, brandishing a “sale” sign for a local store, I momentarily considered just plowing into him, thus ending both his misery and my own.

Too harsh?



  1. Well, I’m one who loves Cmas before Cmas…BUT, when it’s over…I’m DONE! I’m now ready for the world to go back to it’s normal axis. It hasn’t yet, for me though. Still have to go to another family thing today. GROWL!

    Comment by colbymarshall — December 26, 2008 @ 9:47 pm | Reply

  2. Hmm…yes. Running over Santa is a bit harsh. I wish there was a way to run over all the radio stations that have been playing non-stop Christmas music since Black Friday, though.

    Comment by Jennifer Colgan — December 27, 2008 @ 5:00 am | Reply

  3. I agree with Colb on this one… My decorations go up on Dec 1st, and the non-stop Christmas music stations get put on constant play, but it all usually come down Dec 26th. By New Year’s, I’m rolling my eyes and going ‘Take down the streetlight decorations already… o_O;;; Late much…’

    Comment by Karen — December 28, 2008 @ 9:30 am | Reply

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