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    Christmas lights

    Sooo. We got a break in the weather today. Rained this morning and supposed to be sunny and mid 50's this afternoon. Seems like a good time to take the Christmas lights down. Normally I might not get them down until March or April depending on the weather. Am I a slacker?

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    mine are still up and ON

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    I turn them off after January 6 then wait for warmer weather to take them down. Usually mid-January.

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    I took mine down this week. I usually don't even put any up, out of laziness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN View Post
    Sooo. We got a break in the weather today. Rained this morning and supposed to be sunny and mid 50's this afternoon. Seems like a good time to take the Christmas lights down. Normally I might not get them down until March or April depending on the weather. Am I a slacker?
    Better leave them, you might fall off the ladder and hurt yourself.


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    Why take em down? You'll just have to put them up in 10 months...

  7. #7
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    Just make sure you tell everybody they're "Christmas" lights.

    You're just being a light in the darkness...

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