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MyChristmas decor are back to sleep

Today, I am finally over with cleaning up my Christmas decor. Yes, just today. I kept postponing it because I really didn't have the energy. I was sort of under the weather right after the holidays.

This is also one of the reasons why my posts are few and far between. Sigh :-(

Also, the laptop I used before is almost occupied daily. The owner is constantly blogging these days. That's how persistent and determined he is. I guess I really convinced him well. I was the one who introduced him to blogging.

Back to the topic.

I am so pleased and relieved. Nothing can beat this feeling of putting back to their respective boxes every single decor. For the moment they are all sleeping and I shall awaken them in time for the next holiday :-)

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