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Why Christmas in July is Different This Year

Christmas in July, like nearly everything else in 2020, is going to be different. Traditionally Christmas in July has been a laid back affair. Merchants would drag beat up and shop-worn merchandise on to sidewalks and put them on sale. Amazon, with almost nothing else to do, created Prime Day, an event that in their eyes (an in some in the world), rivaled Black Friday. Hallmark, who for years has …
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Christmas in July Blog-a-thon

If you’re a Christmas writer or just a lover of all things Christmas we invite you to participate in MyMerryChristmas’ Christmas-in-July Blog-a-thon 2020. This is your chance to share some merry thoughts on our big Christmas stage. Until July 15th, 2020, we will be accepting written articles on the following topics: The Most Important Christmas Movie of All Time – Christmas movies are as big a tradition as mistletoe and …
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History of Christmas in July

The modern image of Christmas is locked in as a season covered in snow, ice and frosty images of evergreens. Ironically, the actual setting for Christmas should take place in the dry desert heat. Christ, after all, was not born on December 25th. Historians usually place His birth in the Spring. The seasonality of St. Nicholas bears explaining as well. Historically Nicholas of Myra was a year-round figure, placed in …