Boredom cures close by
Everyone looks forward to Christmas vacation, but after the gifts are unwrapped and the holiday food is eaten, what then?
It’s probably too cold or wet to play outside and, if you’re like me, maybe you start getting a little bit of cabin fever. So here are some ideas that can help pass the time between Christmas and New Year’s.
My original idea was to include only free activities, but let’s face it, a good time is going to cost you something these days.
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