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Boxing Day Turkey Hangover


Tuesday, December 26th, 2006 — 12:05pm PDT
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In Canada, Boxing Day is observed as a holiday, except (in some cases) for those in the retail business. Boxing Day and the days immediately following are when many retail stores sell their Christmas and retired model products by holding clearance sales. Some shoppers will line up for hours at night (sometimes before midnight and after midnight on December 26) for retailers to open their doors. Except in Quebec (where stores open at 1 pm)[wiki]

Christmas 2007No, no shopping for us today. We’re getting a hand-me-down couch today from some really great friends of ours. We will have more for our New Years Eve guests to sit on than a $100 Ikea futon although we’re not sure what to do with that now. It seems like our living room is going from minimal furniture to all-round seating, but I’m sure we’ll figure something out.

Today is laundry day and then tomorrow, the real-world slaps me in the face as I have to work at 6am (all week long). We then get another long weekend and I’m off for two weeks starting the 2nd. During that time, since of course we won’t actually be traveling anywhere, my sister and I will snowboard and I’ll celebrate a birthday.

Tonight, we’ll be sure to catch the Canucks game tonight – maybe Santa will be good to them and deliver more than two goals, and a win.

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  1. Zanstorm says:

    More than 2 goals against Calgary? It’s possible! They should be well rested that’s for sure. I am going to guess a 4-2 Canucks win, and then pray for it to be true, without trusting a hope! ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Miss604 says:

    3-1 !!! YAY SANTA!

  3. wyn says:

    Nova Scotia, though it adopted Sunday shopping after length debate and multiple experiments, remains steeped in tradition and remains largely closed on Boxing Day. I’m up at 4:30 a.m. to line up at Future Shop on Dec.27th!!

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