I have no problem with that and I might partake myself. (I recommend the new Muppet Movie. The eggplant with garlic sauce at the Chinese place in Old Palm City is quite good.)
But I also want to suggest a different take on December 25th. Think of it this way: There is nothing to buy. Your out-of-the-house wokplace is closed. The streets are quiet. Nobody expects you to do much. The kids are home. Chances are that it's a beautiful day. This is your once-a-year chance to turn off the hustle and bustle of our non-stop, busy, wired and wireless, 24/7 society.
I'm turning my computer off now. You can do the same. I think I'll go play with my kids, go for a walk, read a book, sip some wine, and just have myself a lovely little day.
Happy sixth night of Chanukah.
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