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I had to go to the mall today because for some reason even though I ordered way before the “Get it before Christmas” cut off date for each item, I still have 5 packages sitting at customs at the border.
One of these items is Merle’s big present so I was feeling stressed that it wouldn’t make it. This is her main Santa present, and since she is still a firm believer I don’t really want to shit on her Santa belief and tell her that it’s going to be late.
In true Sara form, guess what was sitting at the front desk of our building waiting for me when I walked in? Her missing gift.
Now if only the rest arrive. They are for Tom so it’s not quite as big a deal, but it would still be nice if they arrived seeing that his birthday present from Nov 19th still hasn’t come.
And that is the Canadian mail system in a nutshell and another reason why I begin really, really early.
Weekly Reads (and maybe videos):
This guy knits ugly sweaters for every place that he visits, and it is all kinds of awesome.
If you need an awesome last-minute gift idea and don’t have time to run to a store or order something, Masterclass has a Buy One, Give One, Free holiday promo for a limited time. So you can give one to someone while getting one yourself if you like taking classes.
Cooking with wool. I just can’t get over how creative and talented some people are.
I really like this Ring Theory Concept. Comfort in, dump out.
100 Best Tweets of 2019. These are pretty funny.
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