It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like…

It’s beginning to look a lot like…

…the end of November.

As winter approaches in the Florida panhandle, rain substitutes for snow, while galoshes and umbrellas sub for snow boots and mittens. As I dressed for work on this rainy, but warm morning (71 degrees at 7:30 a.m.) I didn’t complain. I’d much rather drive on wet roads than icy ones. After experiencing several winters in North Dakota and Illinois, I’m no longer nostalgic for pretty snowfalls and roaring fires. 

Doright Manor is still decorated for Thanksgiving, and will remain thus until the first weekend in December. I have nothing against those who put up their Christmas trees the day after Thanksgiving, but my heart clings to November like the last leaf on an oak tree. 


Meanwhile all around me folks are humming Christmas carols and buying wrapping paper. The Hallmark Channel is running sappy made-for-tv holiday movies 24/7. Santa Claus is already holding court at the mall. 

Enough already! I say, let November have its special place in the American psyche. Savor November. And while you’re at it, listen to Guns N’ Roses, November Rain.

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Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

10 thoughts on “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like…”

  1. I always have to be careful with any criticism about the early onset of Jingle Bells because I’m Jewish. But it always drives me crazy not because I don’t like hearing the carols again (I do; even though I don’t celebrate the holiday it’s a cozy time of year), like you I just like November for what it represents: that bridge from fall to winter. We should start a Fox News-like drumbeat protesting the “War on Fall.” 🙂

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    1. And that war on Christmas thing is so ridiculous. Do these folks just hibernate all December that they think someone is keeping them from the sacred words of merry Christmas? I’m a Christian who is fed up with this phony persecution hype.

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