(WHERE GLITTERING PRIZES AND ENDLESS COMPROMISES SHATTER THE ILLUSION OF INTEGRITY)
I remember those days when all the new toys were big and had such major packaging. I'm grateful for my teenagers and the fact that the size of their toys has diminished significantly.
I'm getting ready to start the whole cleansing process! Hopefully I'll manage that part better than the whole opening and assembling part, which left me with a few cuts! But it was worth it to play Beatles Rock Band all day with the kiddos!
No joke. We have a pile of boxes to dispose of, too. Hope your Christmas was a good one :-)
Ha! My step dad saves every box and puts in his attic, you never know when you might have to return it. Also he will re use the boxes to put next years Christmas presents in that need to be wrapped. Recycle at its best (in his eyes)!
Reminds me of life in the Carribean, a holiday that many celebrated.
Close enough. Here, it's also the day boxing skills are put to work, fighting off other Boxing Day shoppers. It's our version of your Black Sunday.
Do you just cart out all the boxes to the curb and let the burglers know what is now in the house or do you break them down and bundle them for the trash man?
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Date - 12/24/10
Charlotte Bobcats Wins - 9
Total Miles Walked - 40.0
+/- Miles + 13.0
(Goal is to walk 3 miles for each Bobcats regular season win and 5 miles for each win in the playoffs)