For me, Christmas shopping is a year-long ordeal that starts the day after Christmas and ends right before the next one. This gives me plenty of time to benefit from sales and promotional offers throughout the entire year, saving me money and making sure I get something for everyone on my list. I really try to give up right before the final to check that I didn’t forget anyone, but surprisingly I finished early this coming year. After a full morning of store hopping in order to make all the stops I needed I managed to make the last purchase of the year. When you finally finish an important task of that nature, it is an amazing relief. Once all my bags were bought I wanted to relax in the toasty, comforting heat of my  furnace, but I still had work to do. So, while I was able to adjust my thermostat to send hot air through the vents, slowly warming up my home from where the furnace was inactive all day, it wasn’t time to unwind yet. All of the new items I’d brought in needed to be wrapped together with labels. Everyone had a different style of wrapping paper designated to them in order to make it easy to tell who the gift belonged to, and once wrapped I topped each box off with a bow made of curly laces and ribbons and stuck a to-from nametag on. The shiny, colorful newspaper looked incredible, if I say so myself; the beautifully wrapped presents were always one of the best part of Christmas. With the shopping done and wrapping concluded, I was finally able to kick back and bask in the lovely warmth created by my furnace, enjoying the toasty atmosphere and Christmassy atmosphere.

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