Well, I’ve received my first [tag]Christmas[/tag] catalogue.
I’m unwilling to accept even the arrival of the autumn, let alone winter. (Maybe it’s [tag]global warming[/tag]…)
To be fair, the RNLI catalogue wasn’t purely Christmassy, but it does have ‘snowy morning’ 1000-piece puzzles and mulled wine whisk sets.
Is it too early to even mention the ‘[tag]holiday season[/tag]’?
Or is there harm in it? Does it devalue ‘the meaning of Christmas’, making it more and more about [tag]materialism[/tag]?
Are ‘Seasonal Products’ made available ahead of time for those who can’t afford it any other way? Or are those people simply lacking in [tag]will power[/tag], or the ability to simply save money?
UPDATE: I have since received the actual Christmas catalogue from the RNLI, nearly 3 month early!