Holiday Disorder

Dear Friends,
I think I can safely say some of us suffer from Holiday Disorder. It is a most debilitating disease. Walk into any store and one may find chocolate foil-hearts surrounded by bonnet-wearing bunnies and four-leaf clovers made from beach umbrellas… The wheel of holiday confusion relentlessly spins, dinging like an amped-up cash register bell with each rotation. Does one buy a discounted ceramic jack-o-lantern for November 24th or use a turkey topper for a Christmas tree? Why are ‘they’ doing this to us? Don’t ‘they’ know we are already at the tipping point, and our tips are pointing downward? Is that ‘their’ plan – crazed shoppers make insane purchases?

And when in the USA: Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Christmas are just around the ‘Great Pumpkin’! Boooooooooo

Holiday Disorder

Thank you. May you all dream of sugar plums with drumstick legs and pumpkin heads…
Holiday Disorder created last week while thoroughly confused.
Blogtox Update: WP still working out the kinks. Things may be a bit ‘bloggy’ still. Thank you for your patience and I apologize for any inconvenience.

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2 thoughts on “Holiday Disorder

  1. Ah, so glad to find “anntogether” again! The new “do” looks terrific — love the pull-downs and the banner photos and art. A very clean, sophisticated look! I’m envious! 🙂 My neighbor works part-time at Kohl’s in the distribution part, and she said several weeks ago they already had EASTER stuff shipped to them! Incredible. LOL

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    • Hi Debra,
      Still having trouble with some things. I have no Reader and it’s a little bit frustrating.I can’t see blogs I follow and their posts. I’ll have to be patient and hope things sort of straighten themselves out soon. I’m so glad you like the design. The pull-downs were the big item and the real reason for the redesign.
      AnnMarie 🙂
      I hope you had a great day!

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