Happy Boxing Day! Most of us living in non-Commonwealth countries are under the illusion that boxing day is the time each year where George Foreman fights Evander Holyfield for the Heavyweight Belt. hehehe Apparently, not so. Instead, this day allows folks to take advantage of all the after Christmas sales. And, it accommodates those who need to return three fondue pots, two curling irons, and a partridge in a pear tree.
Did you get lots of goodies for Christmas?
Jennie and I began the morning with a nice, simple breakfast in our pajamas. As Jennie took her final bite of a cinnamon roll, I darted to the Christmas tree, focused on handing out all the gifts. I stacked each present, carefully sorting them by sizes, on the coffee table in front of the couch. We tore into the wrapping paper like children with grins on our faces. Whatever could be in these boxes, I thought?
It was a successful day! When you receive a higher ratio of fun stuff (games, tools, gadgets, and electronics) to clothing, you have a satisfying day to remember!
How did Santa Claus know that Daphne wanted a Nintendo Wii? She will have fun with it for years to come...
LINK OF THE DAY: So, you got a new computer from Santa, eh?