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Bache & Lynch

www.tucsonpersonalinjurylaw.com

(520) 293-5300

December 2019

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From All of Us to You and Yours

During the holiday season, our thoughts turn gratefully to those who have touched our lives. It is in this spirit that we say, simply but sincerely, thank you for your friendship and support.

The very best wishes to you and yours for a wonderful holiday season and a new year filled with peace and happiness!

Other than a hearty “Season’s Greetings and Happy New Year’s,” we won’t keep you long. But before you hit the “On Vacation” auto reply on your email and head for the door, bookmark these festive games just in case that holiday glow turns into cabin fever:

  • Look at Frosty Go – This game is fun for everyone! All you need is cups, straws and strong lung capacity. Create a “snowman tower” out of paper cups and blow them over with homemade winter wind.
     
  • Wrap Up the Fun – Do you host a group gift exchange? Make the unwrapping a little harder by having your guests open their presents while wearing oven mitts. Find the instructions here!
     
  • Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let’s Bingo! – Print out these free Snowman Bingo cards when the weather outside gets frightful. Bonus points if you use marshmallows as playing pieces.

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HOLIDAY MOVIES STREAMING NOW

Conjure up a little holiday joy with these Christmas movies now showing on your favorite streaming service.

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