Holiday Time

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Holiday Time

Postby Annie » Fri Dec 11, 2015 1:56 am

I have two Christmas evenings next week...

Although I enjoy being around the people that will be there, I can normally just leave! Unfortunately this isn't possible when eating a meal or being trapped in a room. Argh!!

I am looking forward to the food though.
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Re: Holiday Time

Postby supervillin » Sun Dec 13, 2015 11:44 pm

i start worring about the holidays again the day after christmas, here is what my schedule looks like....

christmas eve

my moms birthday so my wife and i will pick up dinner and spend the evening at moms plac
christmas day
were up at 8 to drive to my dads and celebrate there with 10 to 11 family members
then to my wifes family and celebrate with another 8 or 9 people
then i come home and take my mom out for lunch and then pick up the wife at her parents (i said i'm only staying an hour, haha)
day after christmas
drive 3 hours to another state and spend the day with my wifes dad and family

i used to love the holidays, i would get up Christmas and open presents and spend the rest of the day alone playing with my toys. now i dread the holidays, its a marathon of socializing and seeing how many houses and how many people we can see in two or three days, i really really dont like the holidays. i feel like scrooge or something. worst time of the year for me, haha!

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Re: Holiday Time

Postby Annie » Mon Dec 14, 2015 6:47 pm

I feel for you supervillin!

The only person I want to spend time with is my boyfriend lol
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Re: Holiday Time

Postby Orientalist » Thu Dec 24, 2015 2:00 am

The girlfriend and I have decided to skip Christmas this year since she is working and is an hour away by public transport. We'll try and find a turkey lunch on the 27th and will go upcountry for the New Year.
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Re: Holiday Time

Postby Daisy » Thu Dec 24, 2015 6:23 am

Orientalist wrote:The girlfriend and I have decided to skip Christmas this year since she is working and is an hour away by public transport. We'll try and find a turkey lunch on the 27th and will go upcountry for the New Year.



That sounds like a good idea. Are you at least buying each other a gift?

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Re: Holiday Time

Postby Orientalist » Thu Dec 24, 2015 7:04 am

Over here we exchange gifts at New Year, so that's the plan.
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