Christmas was Dec, 25, that was 21 days ago, right?

So why do some still have outside Christmas decorations on their homes? Drive around some at night in any neighborhood. Some decorations are still shining, and what's the point.

What will be interesting is to watch just how long some remain, maybe into February or even March. Have a contest, seeing which remain the longest.

One year, outside Christmas lights were still seen in April in a neighborhood near Robinson Secondary School.

Again, what's the point and they look trashy. Should there be a fine for having Christmas decorations up too long?

– Dave

dfacinoli@sungazette.net

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