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#1 Dec 23 2011 at 8:16 AM Rating: Excellent
What's everyone doing this weekend?

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#2 Dec 23 2011 at 8:38 AM Rating: Good
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Heading to my parents' house today. I have to do some last minute shopping on the way down, primarily for their stockings.

I'm making biscotti and Russian tea cakes for Christmas morning. Need to figure out what kind of biscotti though, and buy the ingredients I don't have.

Wrapping my gifts is gonna take at least an hour (I tend to go all out).

Sunday I'm home all day with family.
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Half day to make sure everything is secure, and then vacation time yay.

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Hanging out here at the house today, going to wrap presents and possibly make fudge. Then driving to my parent's house tomorrow where we'll spend the night and then come home sometime Christmas Day.
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Working...I'm not sure what the schedule is like on Christmas... Shouldn't be that serious to have to work.
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Wrapping presents, making chocolate/marshmellow goodies. Dealing with a random sore throat/cold ><.
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the man of the house is currently out purchasing christmas breakfast ingredients. We'll do some house cleaning and finish up wrapping this evening. Tomorrow my mom and her husband will drive down, throw their stuff down in a local hotel, then head over to spoil the kids rotten. we're having Eve dinner at The Pit where I will done on delectable fried green tomatoes and moonshine. After we'll give the Eve gifts out, watch NORAD to see whn we can hustle the kids off to bed.

Then we'll probably be woken up at 4AM by three over eager boys jumping on our beds.

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Need to finish wrapping presents today. Tomorrow going to caroling at my husband's church (hate church, love to sing), then driving to sister in law's house to help them play santa for the kids. Then Sunday morning, going to sister-in-law's husband's parent's house for their Christmas breakfast. Then coming home.

Vacation all next week too. I don't return to work until the 3rd!
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Heading to my parents' house today. I have to do some last minute shopping on the way down, primarily for their stockings.

I'm making biscotti and Russian tea cakes for Christmas morning. Need to figure out what kind of biscotti though, and buy the ingredients I don't have.

Wrapping my gifts is gonna take at least an hour (I tend to go all out).

Sunday I'm home all day with family.

I made biscotti last year for x-mas - a few different types. The Cranberry-almond was the favorite.

My daughter and her bf arrived home last night. With their help, we finally got the tree decorated.

The weekend will consist of lots of eating, bad singing, merriment and prezzies.
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I have relatives coming into town. I'm expected to entertain them. At some point in there I'm also expecting some football, and little girls playing with new toys, so it should be a pretty good weekend. Smiley: smile
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Today I need to wrap presents and make my traditional hand drawn gift tags.

Tomorrow I go over to Daughter's and get the Rib Roast into the oven, so it will be done about 6pm. Dinner will be semi Hanukkah dinner also, for my future son-in-law. Jonwin gets off work at 4pm and tells me that if dinner isn't on the table by then, he'll walk out and go to McDonald's. We'll be exchanging presents Christmas Eve and playing Dreidel for gelt. Other two grand kids should have received their presents, we ordered last week.

Sunday Jonwin has off and we will go over to his brother's in the afternoon.

I wish everyone on my Christmas list had Barbies, As I can knit them hats and scarves in less then an hour. I need to buy a Monster High doll to use as a dress form for other 2 grand daughter's collection. Making doll clothes is a family tradition. I have some outfits, that my grandma made for my mother's Shirley Temple doll.
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#12 Dec 23 2011 at 10:16 AM Rating: Good
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Christmas wrapping
Regular chores: cleaning up the house and yard; laundry
Christmas morning: Mass with my parents, Christmas presents at home and then Christmas family gathering at one of my cousins' place (hopefully there will be less than 60 people this year).
#13 Dec 23 2011 at 10:32 AM Rating: Good
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I made biscotti last year for x-mas - a few different types. The Cranberry-almond was the favorite.


That does sound tasty. I made a really basic Almond one last year. Was fine, but I'd like something with more flavor to it.
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Waiting on my wife to get out of the shower so we can head down to sioux falls for a concert tonight at the Orpheum.

Then its back into fargo to visit my parents, then her parents and family on christmas day.
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Tonight, catching up with friends we've not seen for months down the pub. T'other half will probably get squiffy and need carrying to bed. Aww. (Did I mention I quit drinking back in February?)

Tomorrow will involve a blast down leafy lanes on The Warg (for so is named the ugly Honda 500 I treated meself to this week) and a final bit of prep for Chrimble din-dins.

Sunday is cooking for extended family, followed by mind-numbing crap on TV.

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What's everyone doing this weekend?

Edited, Dec 23rd 2011 9:19am by Lubriderm
Christmas shopping.
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What's everyone doing this weekend?


Skyrim.


Why should this weekend be any different from the last 4?

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at work now. after work not sure what is up. My love wants me to go caroling but I've been feeling under the weather so I may just go home and chill out. Tomorrow, not sure what the plan is. Christmas day we are heading to her parents' house to help make our dinner. Should be fairly chill - we aren't doing presents. It's such a relief not to participate in that aspect of Christmas.
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I'm getting kidnapped by my parents today sometime; we'll probably do some last minute shopping while they're in town.

I'll be spending 4 days at my parents' place, hopefully not bored out of my mind for most of it. Beer & novels will probably help Smiley: thumbsup
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Actually, I forgot, we're going to be shooting clay pigeons on Monday for a friend's birthday.

Never fired a gun before. Should be interesting.
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Theoretically making christmas cookies, though since i'm still technically sick, that may not occur. Other than that, as little as possible.
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Juggling between my scattered family and my wifes.. I'm not going gifts except for my wife this year..
My gift for everyone else is attending their church services with them..

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just remember to hold it as tight as possible against your shoulder; otherwise it will be like being punched very hard (assuming it is a shotgun with any force)
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This will be my first Christmas where I won't be with my mom and my brother. It's sort of depressing, and as such, I have not really gotten into the spirit. I sent out all my gifts via Amazon or other company delivery services. My mom gave me my gifts before I left, which was really just a $300 Visa gift card. It was really very nice of her. We used part of it to go across the island to Kona and stay for a night as a Christmas celebration. My husband has to work, so I'll be home by myself on Christmas, most likely playing WoW. He only has to work a few hours, so that's good, I guess.
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Aww, Belki. Don't be a sad moppet on Christmas.

Sounds like you and Mr. Belki need to start some new traditions.

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Aww, Belki. Don't be a sad moppet on Christmas.

Sounds like you and Mr. Belki need to start some new traditions.



I think so, too. :D
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Was with the wife's family today. Christmas morning we'll be having the kids open their gifts then off to my mother's for dinner. Was supposed to my father's house tomorrow, but my grandmother passed away yesterday morning so he's gone to bury her, so we'll do Christmas with him next week at some point.
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Aww, Belki. Don't be a sad moppet on Christmas.

Sounds like you and Mr. Belki need to start some new traditions.



I think so, too. :D


You're in Hawaii. Delicious Chocolate and Coconut snacks should be involved any new traditions.

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Was with the wife's family today. Christmas morning we'll be having the kids open their gifts then off to my mother's for dinner. Was supposed to my father's house tomorrow, but my grandmother passed away yesterday morning so he's gone to bury her, so we'll do Christmas with him next week at some point.


That sucks Ugly, I'm sorry to hear that. My dad lost his father on Xmas Eve, and I know the holidays can still be tough for him because of it. Hope your dad's okay.
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That sucks Ugly, I'm sorry to hear that. My dad lost his father on Xmas Eve, and I know the holidays can still be tough for him because of it. Hope your dad's okay.
My dad died on Valentine's Day, while I was at my girlfriend's, losing my virginity. Good thing I'm not a practicing Catholic, or I might have felt really guilty.
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Juggling between my scattered family and my wifes.. I'm not going gifts except for my wife this year..
My gift for everyone else is attending their church services with them..

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just remember to hold it as tight as possible against your shoulder; otherwise it will be like being punched very hard (assuming it is a shotgun with any force)


And stand properly, so you can lean with and absorb the recoil force.
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Actually, I forgot, we're going to be shooting clay pigeons on Monday for a friend's birthday.

Never fired a gun before. Should be interesting.


I once operated the clay pidgeon machines for a shooting tournament as a temp job
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First dinner with the lady`s family tomorrow. Working tomorrow morning and Christmas morning.
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I read that as "dinner with the first lady" at first
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I read that as "dinner with the first lady" at first

So did I, lol.
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So I had a setback or three over the last couple months, and now my legs and hips feel like they are packed full of small glass shards, gravity is three times Earth normal, and when I walk it's also like trying to wade through seawater. So I've several times abandoned plans, and now I'm packing a bunch of cards and cash in my purse, and anyone (most people) who aren't covered by a gift, or food, are getting cash in a card this year. Wahoo.

On the bright side, I won't have to walk anywhere, so I'm wearing high heels for the first time in years. Also it's chain-painkiller time with moderate amounts of alcohol. Wewt!

Looking forward to seeing my side of family.
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Sorry you're not well, Ari. And don't worry about giving money as a gift. It always fits, and it's always the perfect color.

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#37 Dec 24 2011 at 2:09 AM Rating: Excellent
Between 11am 24 Dec and 7am 26 Dec I'll be putting in 32 hours at the Mission.

Super Bonus: tons of delicious holiday food!Smiley: drool
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Friday night celebrate at the bar with friends.

Saturday I have to do my Christmas shopping/wrapping. Procrastination for life!

Sunday I'll probably just be at my parents' all day.
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Christmas day I'll be eating at a friends home. I'ts nice to not be alone this year.
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posting here and drinking beer.

We hosting Christmas this year, my favorite types of christmas. It means I can drag *** all weekend and do what ever the heck I want. Being home is for Christmas is awesome. Apart from the clean up set up duties for dinner and drink It is almost the perfect weekend.

Oh and I am off for 9 days, that might have something to do with some of my holiday cheer. But this week was literally the week from ****, our team voted to work 5 12 hour days this week in order to only have to work 2 next week. Monday is a holiday and it would seem I happened to book teusday and wednesday off, So I don't have to work at all....9 days off.

Also Merry Christmas to all you folk. Have Safe, Have Fun, and enjoy all your new toys. and socks, likely lots of socks. (<3 the socks)

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#41 Dec 24 2011 at 12:30 PM Rating: Good
Doing nothing tonight. Doing the family and presents thing in the morning, but we keep it pretty low key since all of the grand parents are now gone. Monday I'm heading out to the bar with some friends, my buddy told me to make sure that my drinking shoes are polished... wtf does that mean?
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#42 Dec 24 2011 at 1:47 PM Rating: Excellent
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my buddy told me to make sure that my drinking shoes are polished... wtf does that mean?
It means the barf will wipe off easier.
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my buddy told me to make sure that my drinking shoes are polished... wtf does that mean?
It means the barf will wipe off easier.


No, no, he's referring to a drinking boot.

Alternately, this, if you're poorer.

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my buddy told me to make sure that my drinking shoes are polished... wtf does that mean?
It means the barf will wipe off easier.


No, no, he's referring to a drinking boot.


You'll need the "Eye of the Jew" to drink from it properly.


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just finished spagetti and meatballs - tomorrow is the grand christmas feast...happy holidays everyone
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#47 Dec 25 2011 at 1:51 AM Rating: Good
Just realized what time it is...

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Presents put under the tree, plate of cookies eaten, Sam Adams drunk...it's time for Santa to go to bed.

Happy Hallowee- er, I mean, Merry Christmas everyone!
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This is the first year I have ever failed to make christmas cookies since I have been old enough to bake. They will instead become new years cookies. this bacterial tonsalitis **** is really kicking my ***.
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Sorry to hear you are ill, Kao. Merry Christmas to you and everyone else here.
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This is the first year I have ever failed to make christmas cookies since I have been old enough to bake. They will instead become new years cookies. this bacterial tonsalitis sh*t is really kicking my ***.

I hope the throat spiders shrivel up and die soon. Smiley: frown
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