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'Quality Boredom'

‘Quality Boredom’
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Keep a good book nearby; learn to whittle; turn on the radio. Why? Sugaring introduces a lot of downtime. “My dad would start smoking, and I’d find gum wrappers all over the sugarhouse,” says Morse. “One time I accused him of being bored. He didn’t want to admit it. Finally, he just said, ‘Well, it’s a quality boredom.'”

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