Woman in a long pink dress hanging a Christmas wreath in a window with snowy rooftops outside

 

There’s no special date on the calendar that says, “Start thinking about Christmas decorations today.”

 

fromĀ The Holiday Book, 1952, by Marguerite Kohl and Frederica Young

 

(Image credit: everett225)

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