The mission for firewood

This year has been a hard 1. To be honest, I’ve had so several ups and downs in 2019 that I can’t wait for it to be over. It hasn’t been the most celebratory calendar year, including the onset of the Wintertide holiday season… Frankly, it’s been quite chaotic and deimportant. My family and I didn’t bother making a big deal out of the holiday, so there wasn’t much Christmas spirit to spread around. In fact, when I arrived at our mother’s house, I realized that there were no decorations out whatsoever. The people I was with and I didn’t have a tree, didn’t have any twinkling lights, and didn’t even have stockings hanging on the mantel. Looking around, I honestly didn’t suppose care about it was Christmas. I decided that every one of us could improve the ambiance inside by adding a little extra heat, via the wood burning fireplace. Normally our mom prefers to burn a raging fire on Christmas day for extra cozy air and a sense of tradition. The only concern was, when I went to start the moderate fire, there was no wood to be found. My mom didn’t even consider purchasing fuel for his alternative heating source. I decided I would go out and retrieve some for the sake of the holiday – and so began a long, freezing hunt for heating fuel. I drove to every gas station and big box store in town, alternating between sizzling and freezing temperatures with every stop. In the end, I gave up and went back to the condo without any wood for the fireplace. At least every one of us had cardboard boxes and outdated decorations for temporary fuel.
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