Séamas O’Reilly on the trials of getting home for Christmas
Whenever people complain about Christmas coming earlier every year, I sometimes wonder what it is they’re complaining about. For some people, I understand Christmas is not the happiest of times and from that perspective, I can imagine a two-month build-up might not be desirable, but for those of us who actively enjoy the season, I’ve always been more in the “more of that thing I like, please” persuasion.
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