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Sunday 12/30/12

Sunday, December 30, 2012

Sunday 12/30/12

Well, tomorrow is the last day of 2012!

Do you have special plans?

I'm planning to get to bed by 10:30 and
sleep through the festivities. I'm sure 2013
will come weather I sit up and wait or not :)

I've gone out the last 2 yrs, but am staying home
this time.

I had a good day, walked an hour & ate in my calorie
range. Both good things.

Have a wonderful, safe, happy New Year 2013!

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    I usually sleep thru too... the song and ball or what ever dropping makes me cry.. it just does.. don't know why..... its like the song amazing grace - cry at that too...
    1881 days ago
    Home..and cleaning...and waiting for the bad weather!
    1881 days ago
    I too am staying home. It will be like any other Monday night most likely. I will get up and watch the Rose Parade on Tuesday though, I always enjoy that. Other than that, no plans.

    I'll let the drunks and party goers have the roads tomorrow night, seems there's always a few fatalities around this area. I'm not implying everyone is drinking, but those that do sure can ruin it for some couple just trying to enjoy a nice evening out.
    1882 days ago
    LOL. No, tomorrow is the last day of 2012. But I knew what you meant. Happy New Year!
    1882 days ago
    We always stay home and I fix appetizers all day and we eat those and finish up the rest of the holiday goodies.
    1882 days ago
    I'm going to a game night at my friends' place.... should be a fun way to hang out and celebrate without breaking the bank! Enjoy your NYE!
    1882 days ago

    Comment edited on: 12/30/2012 8:33:52 PM
    I am also staying home. I have had a bad cold all week and really not feeling well. I did shovel snow for 1 hour today and stayed in my calorie range Have a safe and happy New Year
    1882 days ago
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