The thread on holiday decorations reminded me of a persistent local legend. We call it, 'The Snowmen That Wpuldn't Die'.
According to the story, a few neighborhoods away is a house with eternal plastic snowmen.
At Christmas, they're in their usual place with Santa and the rest.
In February, they carry Valentine hearts.
In March, the theme is St. Patrick's Day. The eternal snowmen carry shamrocks and sport green ribbons.
At Easter, bunny ears are added and, in some variations, baskets of plastic eggs.
From Memorial Day (late May) to Labor Day (the first Monday in September) the patriotic snowmen sport American flags or red, white and blue ribbons.
They wear masks for Halloweeen and pilgrim hats for Thanksgiving.
Then it's back to their traditional Christmas role.
Are there any holiday decorating legends where you live?