Tuesday, October 25, 2011

60 Days . . .

Today is October 25 . . .
which means 2 months from today is Christmas!
I know . . . 
we haven't celebrated Halloween yet.
Good grief, I haven't even bought a real pumpkin yet!
Yes, I realize Thanksgiving is 30 days away.


I have lots of ideas floating around in my head about 
decorating the house and what gifts to buy.  

Have you started  planning for Christmas 2011?

9 comments:

Look beyond the picket fence said...

I have started thinking about Christmas. I have made a few ornaments already! I always make place cards for my Thanksgiving table so I will be making them soon. I just started pinning on Pinterest. Just look for Denise Sutton.

denise

Melissa Miller said...

I was shopping yesterday and Christmas decor was everywhere. It definitely got me in the mood. :)

Love Of Quilts said...

Know I sure haven't....the last three months of the year are jam packed. I haven't even been shopping for candy yet. Trish

Christine said...

No I haven't and this year I'm waiting til the last minute to buy anything. Last year I started early and kept shopping and bought too mmuch. Trying a new tactic.

Pam Traskos said...

I'm working on a couple of new wreaths, one for my daughter...ssh! I don't get too excited until Thanksgiving, that evening I will begin brainstorming Christmas!

Nanna said...

well lets see with 7 grands we've started buying christmas a few months back I have a 2 day Christmas show in less than 2 weeks, I have A christmas tour of lights party for friends & family every year ususally get the house ready in Oct, not even started that yet so yea I'm thinking about christnas LOL
Helen

Elena said...

Yes I have. I already have gifts for Mary, my hubby and some family gifts. I definetly am an early starter for Christmas, so I can enjoy the season and not be stressed out:)

Kerin said...

No. I cannot even begin to think about Christmas yet. Maybe it's all the renovations we're still working on around here.
I'm afraid, I may not be as prepared this year, as other years. I will just have to focus on the meaning of the season, and spending time with my family :)

Cindy said...

I always have Christmas on my mind once October comes---so much to do and the time flies by! Love that Little Golden Book!