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    Welcome to my sister's fits of brain madness. lol yay!

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    Yay for brain madness!

    I flew today and didn't get in til 9pm, so I'm just at home ready to collapse. It seems I'm always flying back from Christmas trip home on New Year's Eve. It's a very inexpensive day to fly.
    Everybody have fun tonight. Everybody Wang Chung tonight.

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    I'm watching the Twilight Zone marathon and looking at the forums. And as any good INJ would, contemplating my plans.

    Oh, and happy new year. Hope 2009 is a good year.

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    Got Persepolis 15 mins. before the video store closed. Very enjoyable.
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    Humm... hum... Time to wake up...
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    one of the best new years eve's ever - kids old enough to go out now - went out with brother and his friends to see irish folk band and sang our hearts out - then took a long walk together to mum's to see the new year in and eat her home baking - then back to brothers house for champagne - then put the kids to bed and took the dog out for a long walk in the fog!! Got to bed about 3 - Up at 12 and no hangover for a change - did more singing than drinking! Taking Mum out today for pub meal so no cooking - good times!

    happy new year everybody - hope 2009 is a good one
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    Don't really celebrate! But hope everyone had a great one!!!!!XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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    I felt like cinderella last night coming out of work..

    got to get home before midnight!!

    we had a little party.

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    I remember working new years sns and dashing home in time to see new year in with my mad scottish Dad! the best parties started after midnight anyway! there was always a happy party atmosphere at work too.

    After a few drinks and with my Dad as company I morphed into miss extravert and it was usually after dawn before we got to bed - then it was a point of honour to be first in the pub at lunch time - happy memories and I do miss him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bronte View Post
    I remember working new years sns and dashing home in time to see new year in with my mad scottish Dad! the best parties started after midnight anyway! there was always a happy party atmosphere at work too.

    After a few drinks and with my Dad as company I morphed into miss extravert and it was usually after dawn before we got to bed - then it was a point of honour to be first in the pub at lunch time - happy memories and I do miss him.
    wow that sounds like fun!!

    it is nice to start a little before midnight though.

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