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#SoCS – Boxing Day


I don’t know about you, but Christmas on a Friday really screwed me up for some reason. I was convinced it was Sunday all day today. Which is going to make Sunday (the real Sunday) reeeeeally long.

So it was Boxing Day today here in Canada. I’ve never really known the true meaning of Boxing Day. I think it’s either the day you throw out all the boxes from the stuff you got at Christmas or it’s the day you box your kids’ ears when they whine about what they didn’t get from Santa.

That Santa guy must have really had his work cut out for him this year. If the rest of the world is any indication, at least a few of the elves had to be out with Covid. I mean, you don’t even go to work with the sniffles these days.

Sniffles is, by the way, the name of one of the elves. Or so I’m told. He was really lonely this year.

Where was I?

Oh yes, Boxing Day.

I need a Boxing Day just to get rid of the boxes from the computers that don’t work anymore. You know, the boxes they tell you to keep in case you need to ship it back to be fixed? Those boxes somehow manage to outlast the computers every single time.

They should make cardboard computers. Maybe they’d last longer.

Is it Sunday yet?

Yep. Sunday.

Hope everyone had a lovely Christmas!

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Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

12 thoughts on “#SoCS – Boxing Day

  1. What a funny post! Thanks for the chuckles. HUGS

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  2. Me, too with Friday/Sunday! I thought for sure you’d have the Boxing Day explanation.
    Oh! Sniffles is my new favorite elf!

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  3. I really thought you were going to explain to us what Boxing Day is!


  4. One foot after the other Linda , one foot after the other 💜💜💜

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  5. Christmas on Friday threw me off, too, Linda.

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  6. One theory is: In Britain, it was a custom for tradesmen to collect “Christmas boxes” of money or presents on the first weekday after Christmas as thanks for good service throughout the year.

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  7. “They should make cardboard computers. Maybe they’d last longer.” I love that. It’s so true. I have computer boxes and phone boxes that go back a long way. I keep finding more.

    This was a fun post, whatever day it is.

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  8. Although Christmas is not part of my traditions, I have always wondered about Boxing day too.

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  9. I also was convinced that the English would box on the second Christmas day !

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  10. Lol! Linda you are hilarious! I hope you and Alex had a lovely Christmas! Hope santa was good to you! Xxx

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