Wordless Wednesday: not Christmas yet

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  1. Well Mama, this year I’m breaking all my ” well after Thanksgiving” rules. Yes, it’s going to be Christmas here in a few days, not the tree, but a few other things are making their way into the décor. 🙂 And. . . snow?? possibly this weekend. A flurry or two, perhaps?? And lights. Lots and lots of lights.

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    • Well, my dear friend…since you were not much into the Christmas mode last year, I’ll forgive you this year for getting into the spirit ahead of time. 😉 Ooooo – snow and lights and snow and lights….I’m thinking there’s going to be some pretty photos. Right?

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    • I took those photos in my little hometown a few weeks ago. I don’t edit a lot of my pictures because I like them SOC (straight out of the camera). The first shot is unedited. But I played around with some photo editing on the second one and added some contrast. The third one I really got carried away but I loved the effect and the focus on the display (just like I think the focus should be on Thanksgiving right now not Christmas yet). Glad you liked it!

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  2. Although it would be good to put up Christmas lights while it’s still relatively warm, I’m still resisting until after Thanksgiving too. I won’t be very happy when the big retailers get their way and kick off Christmas shopping in July.

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  3. Great contrast between #1 and #2! Lovely photos. Love how you focused on the scarecrow in the last one.
    omg, mama! Guess what? Two streets over, a house already has lights, a blown up snowman, and MORE. It took me so by surprise driving by, I just remember the lights and snowman, but noticed a whole lot more. I’ll drive by more slowly next time.

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    • Got that same situation going on here — Christmas lights ablazing at several houses in the area. I just shake my head and wonder what in the world happened. When I was really young, my parents didn’t even put our tree up until just before or on Christmas Eve. Christmas seemed to be more revered back then, I think.

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