Not so much. It will be back in no time at all.
I love Christmas. Not religious at all, but I love Christmas, as a cultural tradition... that time of year.
And, I should add, for me, Christmas is Summertime, in Australia. No snow, days are frequently 90-105 farenheit, 30-40 celcius. There is a certain comedy towards the idea of a fat guy in a big red suit sweating his a$$ off.
For me Christmas means a good long break from work, at least 3 weeks. But it's more than that... it's the feeling of having "completed" the year... and the fun in my I.T. department workplace as we get to the last day before break, and we get a bit crazy. the closer we get to Christmas, the more likely we are to behave strangely, and when people call in for I.T. support, we are more likely to just pretend on the phone that we are Arnold Schwarzenneger, or Scooby Doo, or Michael Jackson, just for fun.
I like Christmas, and I think that it turns up just the right amount of times in our lifetime. It wouldn't be nearly as special if it happened every 3 months, or 6 months...