Boxing Day

The British and Canadians observe Boxing Day, a day of charity (boxing food for the poor).  In the U.S. we have our own version.

It is called that because we take our boxes that Christmas presents come in to the landfill or recycling center.  I celebrated it myself, and our center was having a hard time handling all of it.

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