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Old 01-01-2014, 03:54 PM   #11
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Nothing much New Years Eve. Today is prime rib with the family.
I didn't eat anything last night. I should have, though. Went to a party at a friends house who is a big Scotch fan and has many bottles of Premium single malt on hand. I think you can guess the outcome this morning....
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Old 01-02-2014, 01:35 PM   #12
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Nothing much New Years Eve. Today is prime rib with the family.
I didn't eat anything last night. I should have, though. Went to a party at a friends house who is a big Scotch fan and has many bottles of Premium single malt on hand. I think you can guess the outcome this morning....
I also went out with my wife on New Years eve. We haven't been out on new years as long as I can remember.

I suffered all day long yesterday. I am still a bit woozy today.
As you can guess, I cooked nothing either day.
But I will today. I need a good meal today.
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Old 01-03-2014, 09:39 AM   #13
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Definitely New Years Eve dinner. This year my husband was away so I took my 15 year old son out for dinner to a restaurant and then we joined up with friends who were having a house party, to see the New Year in. NY day was a pretty lazy 'eat what you can find' day. Plenty of left overs that needed clearing.
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