Today is the 12th Day of Christmas - the last day for decorations to be taken down, as Christmas celebrations traditionally end on Twelfth Night. So I guess, technically, in England it's still Christmas.
In Greece, the holiday season is going strong, culminating in the Feast of the Epiphany on 6th January.
In Russia, most people haven't even celebrated Christmas, as the Russian Orthodox church still uses the Julian calendar, which has Christmas falling on 7th January.
In Spain, kids are waiting to open their Christmas presents tomorrow, during the Fiesta de Los Reyes Magos.
The Met Office is predicting snow all over the UK (up to 15 cm in places like Manchester and Ceredigion, Wales).
...supermarkets across the UK are selling Easter eggs and chocolate bunnies. You may be blissfully unawares, but it's only 88 days to Easter - that's a fact. If you don't start buying your chocolate eggs now, you may soon run out of time and have to endure (shock, horror) a chocolate-less Easter.
In case you think this is too weird to be true, I have photographic proof for you. Yes, I bought Easter chocolate on 5th January. Unbelievable but true.
In my defence, it was for a noble cause (i.e. blogging) - and I managed to resist the temptation of the buy-one-get-one-free packs of freshly baked hot cross buns.
Those Cadbury's Dairy Milk Caramel Bunnies are actually rather nice. Just saying.