TGI Friday – Fun day of play

The day after Christmas. Hmmm. What do you do? Do you rush out for those “After Christmas” sales? Do you stay home and clean up the mess from the holiday? Do you forget it all and just take the day to play? The day after Christmas I find hard to really get anything done. I have no energy to clean up the mess and go through presents again to figure out what is going back and what it going to be kept. It is the quietest day here right now because all the kids are on their own playing all different holiday toys. They have played Wii, Dora Bowling, Legos and K’Nex, Barbie in her pool, and it’s only noon!

TGIF is what I say about today because it is a day for me to chillax in my jammies watching soap opera’s and eating left over Christmas cookies! *The diet doesn’t start until December 2~* The only cleaning I plan on doing is putting all the crap away on my kitchen table that has collected there over the course of the last two days. I have ornaments, decorations, toys, napkins, crumbs, you name it, it is on my table! I am hoping the kids will continue to play nice together and the dog stays away from the candy canes on the tree and today will be a great day!

So, when you are out among the post-holiday shoppers, I will be sitting here in my pj’s all comfy and cozy all day, all night with no plans on going anywhere.

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