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Old 12-26-2011, 01:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Anne_Langston View Post
It helps that I go to a church that observes the liturgical season of Christmas, which ends on the 6th of January, and that the Christmas play is on the first Sunday after Epiphany! Other things I do--schedule lunches and other get-togethers with friends between Christmas Day and New Years; listen to my Christmas playlists at least until January 1st; save some Christmas books and stories to read the days after Christmas Day. (Sherlock Holmes' Christmas story, The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle, is a good one for that--it actually starts on the 27th!)

I've been trying for a few years to celebrate all the holidays and special days I can throughout the year. That actually seems to help the post Christmas Day blues. I'm already looking forward to New Year's Eve and Day, then Chinese New Year!
Why not much longer? What stops you?
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