Using the nice fireplace for our Christmas holiday

It was Christmas Eve, and as was our tradition my whole family was gathered in the kitchen to watch films and eat snacks, then my kind husband made caramel snacks, my kid baked cookies, and I kept myself busy giving refills of egg nog, but it was a freezing freezing night outside, but toasty and sizzling in our humble home.

My associate and I were in the middle of Home Alone, 1 of our holiday number ones, when the power went out.

I tested outside, and saw that every current home on the block was dark. My associate and I lost our power, which meant my friend and I also lost our heating. My associate and I have an unquestionably nice central heating system, but what enjoyable is an electric gas furnace when there is no electricity? Almost right away the current home started cooling off, and I knew it could get dangerously freezing before much longer… Then thinking hastily I told my kind husband and youngsters to disinfect all the junk away from the granite fireplace, and I took an ax outside to split some firewood. Instead of letting the lack of heating ruin our Christmas, I was going to build a roaring fire and make it look special… You can’t really deny there is something unquestionably homey and romantic about a granite fireplace. The youngsters wound up having a wonderful time, and they made smores over the sparks of the fireplace. The next morning the power was also still out, so I made another fire in the fireplace so my friend and I could stay sizzling while opening presents. I was tired of cutting wood, so all I wanted for Christmas was a laboring gas furnace.

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