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The key to a good prank is to maintain trust while incorporating the element of surprise. When April 1 rolls around, keep some of these jokes in your back pocket for a fun day of tricks and tomfoolery!
I can't think of a single person in the world who loves me more than my son, and I can think of 100 activities that sound way more creative, heart-warming, and fun than sitting in a busy restaurant out of celebratory obligation.
Who doesn’t love getting a letter in the mail? Set a reminder on your phone to sit down the week before Galentine’s and write a few notes to your best gal pals.
Don't worry about cleaning the house or making a special meal or baking the best cookies. Invite your friends, as they are, to your home, as it is. If your house isn't perfectly clean, chances are your guests will feel even more at home.
Send the teacher an email that says, "Happy Holidays! I am ordering lunch for you today from Chipotle. What would you like?" or something of the sort.
Whether it was participating in toy drives or throwing holiday parties for women and children in need, helping others to have a better holiday season helps me to focus on the reason for the season. I remember to give to others and to create joy and peace in the lives of others.
Holidays are stressful, but it doesn't help when everyone assumes they know what others want.

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You have our permission to build a fort, have a pillow fight, even play with your (room service) food on your next family staycation in DFW.