|Possibly not to this extent.|
However, a few of our neighbors already have decorated their patios/balconies with lights and other seasonal fripperies.
Just as the bro-dudes a few units over have hung a Texas Longhorns banner from their balcony every weekend since college football season began.
The iron-clad prohibitions of our apartment leases are not quite as iron-clad as they seem, is what I'm saying.
I'm totally willing to risk a letter of admonishment from property management if it means I can have pretty blinking lights festooning my balcony railings this December.
They're not going to evict us for putting up Christmas decorations, for Pete's sake.
THIS IS TEXAS AND TEXANS ARE CHRISTIANS WHO LOVE CHRISTMAS.
I intend to ride that silly religious train so that I can put up shiny lights and assorted baubles.
I don't buy into the whole Baby-Jesus-Son-of-God spiel. But I do love a shiny, shiny Christmas replete with cookies and bayberry-scented everything.
|Candles, Drunkards. Effing scented candles for the win.|
PDaughter and I will trim our tree, and decorate our little home, and keep Christmas in our way. We will wish peace and love to everyone we know.
We'll be baking cookies, so if you want some, let us know.
Feliz Navidad, you guys. Let's come together and celebrate the spirit of Christmas. There's already too much dividing us.
Christmas hugs are available here, if you want them.
I love you all.