The hap-happiest season of all came early in Denver
It's the most wonderful time of the year … already?
In the Denver metro, holiday lights, wreaths and inflatable reindeer debuted uncharacteristically early. Ahhhh!
It prompts the question … isn't it too soon for holiday lights and singing loud for all to hear?
Clausometer: A year ago, the pandemic led people to check every bulb with the idea that sometimes seeing is believing.
- This year, love actually is all around again.
Be smart: In Denver, this means the lights glow so bright for months. After all, local tradition says we have to keep them lit through the Stock Show in January.
Our thought bubble: Maybe my heart is two sizes too small, but it seems a little early. Shouldn't we at least wait to carve the turkey?
- Tell us what you think, or send us photos of your early displays. Hit reply.
Trivia: 9 holiday movies are referenced in this item. Can you find them? Answers below.
The answers: In order of reference, "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year," "Miracle on 34th Street," "Home Alone," "Elf," "Christmas Vacation," "The Polar Express," "Love Actually," "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" and "How the Grinch Stole Christmas."
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