Like most public schools, governmental entities and retailers, the elementary school Youngest attends has a "Happy Holidays" policy. You know, it's not "Merry Christmas" or "Happy Hanukkah," it's "Happy Holidays." It's not a "Christmas" tree, it's a "holiday" tree. They aren't "Christmas" ornaments, they're "holiday" ornaments. It's "winter" break. It's a "holiday" gift for your parents.
Frosts my ass but I get it. However, when I'm wearing a Christmas sweater and I'm buying a nativity scene, don't say "Happy Holidays" to me or I'll ask for a refund on the spot.
I get it. I get it. I get it.
But the school has gone so freakin' overboard with their "Happy Holidays" calendar. It's one thing to be inclusive and celebrate "holidays" rather than Christmas or Hanukkah or Kwanzaa. It's another thing altogether when you belittle everything about the holidays by posting this calendar.
Am I wrong to find this calendar offensive? Tell me. Please.