If you’ve been looking for a reason to keep your Christmas decorations up a bit longer, this is it.
Christmas has come and gone, and the new year has begun, which means one thing: It's time to take down the Christmas tree — or is it?
When it comes to holiday decorations, there are two kinds of people: Those who take down their Christmas trees on December 26, and those who aren't quite ready for the season to be over.
I'm the second type of person. I know it might sound crazy, but I love the look of a Christmas tree with all its festive ornaments and lights because it puts me in such a happy frame of mind that I can't bear to take it down. In fact, I plan to keep my little artificial tree up in the KYYZ studio until March. We are in a dark and cold stretch of the year, and my tree adds a little dash of color and light to my life.
Traditionally, Christmas trees and decorations are taken down on the Twelfth Night
This will fall on 5 January or 6 January 2023, depending on whether you count 25 December as day one.
But I'm keeping mine up until March. Or even May.