Perfect solution – fireplace is blocked off, hide TV

This year is certainly the most important Christmas of my entire life. For the past 5 years or so, I’ve genuinely calmed down my cookie baking, elaborate gift wrapping, and spending in order to focus more on being a financially responsible adult for the rest of the year. This year, however, Christmas isn’t about adults. It’s all about my step-son, who will be coming up to spend the holiday week with us for the first time! My fantastic friend and I are both so excited, but it’s also quite stressful. There is genuinely a lot of pressure to make the holiday a fantastic one, since we’ll have a little one running around. That’s why I’ve been laboring so taxing to get the property in a festive mood lately. I knew that the tree was important, as were the lights and garlands, but the most festive decoration is the wood burning fireplace, in my opinion. I’ve wanted to use the little fireplace for at least a month already, but my friend and I have an organizational problem at home; the television is currently standing in front of the fireplace, rather than being mounted above it. Yes, of course my friend and I regularly intended to transfer the television above the woodburning stove, but my friend and I just never got around to it since moving. Instead, we’ve relied on the boring seasoned central heat. Now, we’ve run out of time to respectfully mount the television safely away from the fire and heat of the fireplace, and have to find an alternative solution. At first I was pretty sad about the alternate heating conundrum, but I realized that it’s genuinely a fantastic thing. We’ll just have to put the television away in the attic so my friend and I have access to the moderate fireplace. What better way to ensure my friend and I have a festive and fulfilling family holiday than removing the entire television temptation?


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