Time For Christmas Carols And Turkey Together

Time For Christmas Carols And Turkey Together

Listening to Christmas music doesn't mean skipping Thanksgiving


The endless fall feud between Thanksgiving and Christmas rages on each year, almost instantly after Halloween. Both holidays are meant to be celebrated in big ways. However, I believe it's never too early to start listening to Christmas music. This doesn't mean I'm completely skipping over Thanksgiving either. But come on, have you ever actually made an entire playlist of Thanksgiving music?

Christmas music is meant to make you sing along as loud as you can, and force you to smile the entire time while doing it. In my opinion, as long as it makes you happy, I think you should sing Christmas music in April. After all, if it makes you happy, why not sing it for as long as you can?

Some of my favorites from recent years include Justin Bieber, Michael Buble and Pentatonix. Although you can never forget about Eartha Kitt's "Santa Baby," Wham's "Last Christmas," or Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas."

Why not get ready for Christmas early? Getting into the Christmas spirit makes everyone happy and gives you the perfect reason to decorate your house as much as you possibly can. How could you not be happy singing along to your favorite Christmas songs while looking at hundreds of lights?

Skipping over Thanksgiving is still out of the question. Shoving as much food into your face as possible then pretty much staying up all night to shop for Black Friday should never be something to skip over!

Overall, celebrating both holidays for the next two months sounds pretty good to me. Both holidays give you time to spend with your family and bring endless joy to everyone in many ways. So go ahead, eat your turkey and sing Jingle Bells as loud as you can. Spread the Christmas spirit and make everyone around you just as happy as you are!

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