I just had to borrow the title of the film to make my point. Anyway, if you have not seen the movie, you did not miss any earth shattering event.
After a very long time, I managed to empty my red bean bag with the help of a student and send the shell for a nice tumble in the washer. See how bloody the contents became. My world stood still when I realise that I had a lot of whites and my favourite bermudas within.
And of course, with the same help, I sought to refill my green bean bag when VOOLA! the little sytrofoam balls came spilling out by the hundreds from an accidental slip. I did not have a dust pan anywhere so imagine how my world froze at the horrendous task of sweeping tiny bits up using an improvised dust pan and by hand?
That all happened on New Year's Eve when you decide, YES WE CAN! I can do some cleaning up before the new year.
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I'd spent my Christmas with my childhood friends who go a long long way back.
After a sumptuous potluck dinner, we proceeded to the roof top open space for dessert.
Some of the kids getting ready to pop their crackers bearing little gifts within.
I have my own too! No, I didn't steal from any kid.
This is how you pull the cracker apart...
Then it was sparklers time! Oh boy, that sure brought back some fun memories of my own childhood!