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The children have been out of school one day - yes, one day - and I can already feel my sanity slipping away. I'll miss it.

My daughter is already using the time off to ask a few questions, like: When can she get her own computer? Why is her brother being so annoying? Why can't she have a kitten? Or a puppy? And what does Santa have to do with Jesus, and what is the significance of a Christmas tree?

My son doesn't have any questions. He's an entertainer! Ta da!!! So far, I've been serenaded with more than a few giggly stanzas of "Winnie the Poop," and "Christmas Cookies and Holiday Farts."

Goodbye sanity. I'll miss you.

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