Kinda out of season?

Spotted this in a window a few days ago – a bit early for a Christmas kind of creature

Linked to October squares at Becky’s here


  1. Some people do have tree branches decorated and other Christmassy kinda things hanging around all year, Sue. Have a nice day 🙂 🙂

  2. I really hope that has stayed up since last Christmas rather than an early start for this!!

  3. Oh no! That beats the Christmas decorations I saw one year, out in time for Hallowe’en.

  4. Far to early….. and on the BBC News this morning they were encouraging us all to shop early for Christmas because of CV19

  5. maristravels

    Some people may get mixed up with the physical symbols of our festivals. One of my friend’s grand daughters was heard to say that a festival like Mexico’s Day of the Dead would be a good idea here. Eh? What’s Hallowe’en?

  6. It’s cute. As others have said, probably a permanent ornament.

  7. Although I suspect it is always there, Christmas definitely starts too early these days. 🙂
    My wife had bought ALL the presents by the end of September!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  8. I saw someone putting up Xmas lights around their garden a couple of days ago — and the shops are already full of Xmas stuff — so maybe not leftover from last year 😬

  9. Ah…we have some windows in my village that never changes…Christmas candles all year around.

  10. Just saw a cartoon. The months, dressed up in their symbolic gear, are in a kart race. Santa Claus (aka December) crashes into the Thanksgiving Turkey (aka November) and the Halloween Witch (aka October). The latter two exclaim loudly: “Stay in your effing line!”

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