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  1. #11
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    New Year's was always a relatively low-key affair for us, and still is. Being hockey fans, it was always tradition to watch the Detroit Red Wings play their annual New Year's Eve game on T.V.; but seeing as that game is not happening this year, who knows what we'll do.

    After spending the day after Thanksgiving until Dec 25 on full Holiday power, I like to use the week between Christmas and New Year's as a relaxing time, before heading back to the grind of the work-a-day world.

    I may be in bed by 10PM on New Year's Eve...no big deal to me

    This subject also reminds me of how I hated Dec 26 as a kid! It was soooooo depressing. After all the waiting and anticipation, and , then...it's gone

    Now, as I say, I like that week between Christmas and New Years simply for the relaxing part of it. Ahhhh, the little joys we find as the years fly by.

  2. #12
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    I still hate dec 26th because all the holiday spirit gets pushed under the carpet so to speak. I think most people are over the gift giving and on to more exciting things instead of letting the spirit ride for that extra week.

  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by onemagicalchristmas View Post
    I still hate dec 26th because all the holiday spirit gets pushed under the carpet so to speak. I think most people are over the gift giving and on to more exciting things instead of letting the spirit ride for that extra week.
    I like to "let it ride" until the end of the year...
    PumpkinJack81
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  4. #14
    will go to the country side with frens and we'll party the whole night at farmhouse..

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