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  1. #1
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    New Years Eve Plans

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    What are you doing for New Year's Eve?

    DGF and I are staying home, watching football and munching - I think there's pizza, moz cheese rolls, other unhealthy snacks.

    Everyone have a Happy & Safe New Years.
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    It's DD's 21st birthday. After a delicious supper, we're all (DD, her DBF, DH & I, and another couple) are going to the symphony.

    Happy, safe New Year's to everyone!

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    Two hours of yin yoga right into the new year. This is a first! :-)

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    Talking

    My partner and I are going off to London for a party with friends and I can't wait.

    My favourite day of the year has always been New Years Day.



    Next year just has to be better than this year!

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    We're having dinner at a local Moroccan restaurant with friends, and than an early bed time because we have to work Saturday.

    I like the sounds of NYE yoga

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    Playing with the semi-open band for the contra dance. Like every year.
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    We'll be at the Thorn Hill Inn in Jackson, NH. This is the 3d New Years we've spent there, since 2005. Can you tell that we like the place? We are leaving tomorrow AM, coming back Sunday. They also got a good amount of snow, but now, the temperature is going up. Hopefully, we won't have melting, sticky snow for x country skiing. Probably will do some snow shoeing, too. The inn has outstanding breakfasts and dinners on any day, and the New Years Eve celebration is even better. It's the first time we've gone without our friends, though. I might have to "talk to strangers."
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    Stay home, watch football, eat cheese and crackers, depeding on the game(s) watch one of the Indiana Jones movies, watch the ball drop in NY (on TV of course) then go to bed. Get up New Year's Day and watch the Rose parade and settle in for a full day of college bowl games.

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    I'm making coq au vin for my DH and then we're tipping back some yummy champagne. Knowing me, I'll be asleep by 11. We don't typically do much for NYE. We'll probably just spend the night exclaiming at how cute the kitten is--the same as most nights. Feel free to make fun of us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by indysteel View Post
    ...the same as most nights. Feel free to make fune of us!...
    Same here.
    I think 'happily boring' is an enviable livestyle!
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    Driving from New York to Virginia...

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    Quote Originally Posted by malkin View Post
    Same here.
    I think 'happily boring' is an enviable livestyle!
    I like that. I swear we actually do have a life, but most of our activity is during the day. At night, I'm pretty much a homebody, as is my DH. This time of year, I like nothing more than to curl up with a book or movie, a blanket and my cats. Well, one of my cats. The kitten is not a cuddler.

    Happy New Year to all! I look forward to sharing 2011 with all of you.
    Live with intention. Walk to the edge. Listen hard. Practice wellness. Play with abandon. Laugh. Choose with no regret. Continue to learn. Appreciate your friends. Do what you love. Live as if this is all there is.

    --Mary Anne Radmacher

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    sleeping

    I'll be going to bed, on time, as I'm doing a Christmas Bird Count on New Year's day. Rendezvous time is 8:00, and fortunately I don't have far to drive. But with all day field work, I'll need my sleep.

    Hoping for new species of birds to add to my Life List.
    Beth

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    We're having a big party! We've invited about 50 people (keep in mind we live in a 900 sq ft apartment) but probably no more than 20-30 will show up. I'm making appies and we're serving bubbles at midnight. I love parties. Sort of going all-out this year. I was sort of dissatisfied with our New Year's Eve events in the previous years, so I thought there was no better way than organize my own. It's really giving a purpose to my coming two days!!

 

 

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