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Old 02-26-2006, 03:13 AM   #11
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One of my sisters would say, when she arrives, its a party!

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Old 03-01-2006, 06:24 AM   #12
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Michael I guess defines it; I suppose it is a party. I have one core group of about 6 who get together at least monthly. It is usually for brunch, lots of champagne involved and hubby makes a mean bloody mary. Then I have freinds who visit from Virginia (they own a vacation cabin here), and we have them over, and while I'm fixing a big meal, why not inivite a few others over? Then I have friends I read to, and periodically (every couple of months) other freinds join us and we throw a party there (one freind is completely house-bound). I've never considered these to be parties. The way I grew up, it was just normal weekend fare. Twice a year I throw what I consider to be a party -- about 40 people. Now that's a party. I guess I'll have to start calling the smaller get-togethers parties as well.

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