I'm not talking about the holiday music already playing in stores, trying to sell more merchandise. "Black Friday" has already become a month-long endurance tests for unending ads, which does make sense as merchants also struggle to survive.
But I wouldn't be surprised if some people are more than ready to hang some wreaths, get out holiday lights, and more. In the biologic and political disease ridden year of 2020, we need some holiday hope.
I saw these fence posts in the Texas Panhandle a few years ago, and thought it would be appropriate to hang some holiday hope on them. It would brighten my day to see them, no matter how early, this year.