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Old 12-29-2004, 07:37 PM   #1
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Headin to Sin City, what are your New Years plans?

Hubby and grand daughter and I will be driving up to Vegas.
Anyone else have plans to travel over the New Year?
If so, where to?

And Happy New Year to you all!

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Im cooking for my church. We have a coffee house there. We will also have a Christian band there. A headliner!!!! 8)
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Old 12-29-2004, 08:56 PM   #3
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Lefse - have fun for me - I'll be out there in a couple of months -

DS - quite cool indeed - who's the band??????

We have a New Year's thingy (this is year 4, so I guess that would make it a tradition...) where we get together with another family of 4, sometimes others too & we play board games & eat like fiends. The kids play together & we all have a great time.
Strange, tho' - the guys always win at pictionary. Somehow they've devised a plan that every picture involves guns or donuts.
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Old 12-29-2004, 09:03 PM   #4
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probably just celebrating at home
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Old 12-29-2004, 09:47 PM   #5
 
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Planning on going out for early supper, me, Dougie and my wife, to the local Mandarin Chinese smorgasbourg place, for an all you can eat NYE dinner...planning on doing this fairly early, in a vain attempt to avoid crowds...

Then home to the outdoor hot tub rental...

Likely watch some CBC TV year end programs...noted for being hilarious...and the Times Square "countdown...

Must scout around for a "black haired man" to be the first to enter the house, after midnight...old Scottish tradition...(note that when we've done this, we've had a good year to follow, not always the case when we didn't...

The evening will probably include visitors from the neighbourhood courtyard, and visiting one or three of them, in turn...as will, no doubt, be the case New Years Day, too...
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Old 12-29-2004, 10:25 PM   #6
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Lefse - have fun for me - I'll be out there in a couple of months -

DS - quite cool indeed - who's the band??????

We have a New Year's thingy (this is year 4, so I guess that would make it a tradition...) where we get together with another family of 4, sometimes others too & we play board games & eat like fiends. The kids play together & we all have a great time.
Strange, tho' - the guys always win at pictionary. Somehow they've devised a plan that every picture involves guns or donuts.
JKath, you'll have a ball sounds like. I love Pictionary, but have you guys ever tried Dictionary? Oh my gosh, what a hoot! You all get a pencil and paper, then take turns picking out a word out of the dictionary, one person does this, and he writes the real definition down on his paper then you all hear the word and make up something............crying tears playing this game, the 'daffy-nitions' are hysterically funny and everyone always has a great time playing this game.
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We are staying home, just the two of us. We have never been much for "amateur night" as my brother used to call it. Sometimes an early meal at a restaurant, but this year, I think I'll put some bubbly on ice and fix something special. Maybe filet mignon.


Any ideas for a menu?
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Old 12-30-2004, 07:13 AM   #8
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i think Ruth'sChris and some alcohol are my plans. nothing fancy; i',m sick and not up to big plans....
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JKath, you'll have a ball sounds like. I love Pictionary, but have you guys ever tried Dictionary? Oh my gosh, what a hoot! You all get a pencil and paper, then take turns picking out a word out of the dictionary, one person does this, and he writes the real definition down on his paper then you all hear the word and make up something............crying tears playing this game, the 'daffy-nitions' are hysterically funny and everyone always has a great time playing this game.
Hey ---that IS a boardgame! It's called "Balderdash" -
One time my Grandma had the word "Rudas" to define. She wrote "Rudas: younger brother of Judas Iscariot, mentioned only once in the Bible"
She won that round!
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Old 12-30-2004, 04:47 PM   #10
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Have a great time LEFSElover sinning in the sity. I am staying home and enjoying the evening with champagne and some neighbors and friends. Want to watch the rose parade and the rose bowl game, even if the DUCKS messed up. Glad the other Oregon team (beavers) won the insight bowl over Notre Dame.
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