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    Cool thread Andrew.
    It's not Xmas day here, although I did stop by for 5 mins or so yesterday.

    We have our Xmas dinner and presents with my family on Xmas eve. My siblings and I do one course each and my parents are in charge of cocktails and looking after the kids (between my sister, brother and I we have 5 kids between 2 - 0). I stay up and drink whiskey on the deck with my brother and brother in law until midnight. We all stay at my parents place that night.

    On Xmas morning we have a bbq breakfast and the kids open their stockings. Then we have a massive Xmas dinner at lunchtime with a whole lot of friends. In the afternoon we fly down the country with the twins to have Xmas dinner with my husband's family and do it all again with the cousins on that side.

    So it's a long day which involves several day's worth of eating and drinking.

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    Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

    Hello,

    I like to say thanks to every one who have helped me and others by giving good tips on how to get traffic for the websites on Google, Yahoo, and other major search engines in general.

    However, I have one question. I don't get many traffic on these holiday days.

    I think one reason is people don't shop these days.

    Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

    Thanks.

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    Merry Christmas all.

    Anyone get anything good?


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    Talking Happy Holidays!

    Just wanted to wish merry Christmas, happy Hanukkah, merry chrismukkah, cheery kwanzaa, happy good food w/friends and family day to all you folks that were so helpful with all my css questions.

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    Work, I work like every other day my job doesn't allow any holidays. However, the plus side being there is a lot less traffic on the 25th so it usually makes it easier in the morning to get things done.

    Obviously by the time I have done the morning work - usually 7-hours - it is only an hour or so to Christmas dinner so some festive food. Then back to work by 4 o'clock in the evening and possibly finish by 8:00pm.

    So no concept of having a lazy day for me.

    Greetings of the Season

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    As you get older Christmas means looses it's meaning, it felt like another day and at this time it's over anyhow those that say it's not don't want to face up to the fact that it is !

    I slept and that was a pretty good Xmas gift IMO

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    as for christmas meaning to us is family. most of my brothers have kids. we just buy the presents for kids and get all together for food and company. I am very happy to say that the nerf guns I got the two girls were a success and along w/their cousins they spent chasing each other around the house w/them & shooting each other.
    Sooo evidently nerf shooting and having fun is part of the spirit of christmas.

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    Wishing everyone Health & Prosperity in the New Year!

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    Did I mention I slept at Christmas, it was good

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxSherpa View Post
    as for christmas meaning to us is family.
    and to us as well. We had Christmas lunch with my immediate family and yesterday, Boxing Day, it was our turn to host the annual get together for my extended family. It was a lot of fun but still have a bit of cleaning up to do this morning

    And the religious side of Christmas and the reason behind why Christmas eventuated in the first place is very important to use as well.

    Happy New Year to everyone..!!

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    Merry Christmas

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    anyways christmas is a special day because the celebration will not end soon since it is followed by new year eve and of course a wonderful year ahead...

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    My Christmas this year was a simple one. Read some books, have some gatherings, gift exchanges and a half day hiking. Hope the merry mood of Christams extend to the new year 2011. Happy New Year to all of you.


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