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Topic # 29044 20-Dec-2008 15:54
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i sleep in till about lunch time and eat and open presents then ill be playing on the computer for the rest of the day until i have dinner with the family. i'm not religious at all so i don't go to church or pray before eating my christmas food. are there any people here that actually pray before they eat christmas food or go to church?

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  Reply # 185326 20-Dec-2008 16:03
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What I am I doing?

I'll be somewhere in Palmerston North - far far far away from my home in Auckland, with my dad, his yoga teacher, his yoga friends, and his other friends. All in all, I think we've got around 8 people coming along.

Holiday will be fun, just spending more time with his friends just makes me feel awkward.


I also recently talked about my holiday plans.




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  Reply # 185327 20-Dec-2008 16:18
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I will be kicking japanese soliders butts in call of duty - world at war online for a while then start the drinking process and party...




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  Reply # 185330 20-Dec-2008 16:46
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  Reply # 185338 20-Dec-2008 17:35
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I figure its best to stay at home over Christmas. Everyone else is going away so staying at home is then a holiday :D




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Reply # 185350 20-Dec-2008 18:31
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richgamer: i sleep in till about lunch time and eat and open presents then ill be playing on the computer for the rest of the day until i have dinner with the family. i'm not religious at all so i don't go to church or pray before eating my christmas food. are there any people here that actually pray before they eat christmas food or go to church?


I'll be at church, and have been for many years now - as their piano/keyboard guy, I think they'd be alittle annoyed if I planned to sleep in... plus I may get fired (all those years of boring piano lessons can turn into $$ Cool).

Once the formalities of the morning are over, it's beer and lunch with my family, then beer and dinner with my partner's folks.  It's generally too much food and drink all round.

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  Reply # 185352 20-Dec-2008 18:46
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Having Christmas Dinner with my sister and the family.

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  Reply # 185356 20-Dec-2008 19:18
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Ill be working right through the holiday season.
3-11.30 shifts at the hospital.
But my holiday starts mid Jan for a whole month




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Reply # 185371 20-Dec-2008 20:23
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Road-trip through north island Monday and Tuesday with many delivery stops like a Santa, on Christmas day itself will be wining and dining in the Bay of plenty region at a kiwifruit orchard, hopfully Wellington's rain won't follow us up!
Off up towards Auckland to end up at a beach house up in northland on the 27th...

I have one hard decision however, What gadgets/tech to bring!
I had an old N95 "fall into my hands" today as it was a bit bashed up and mate got an iPhone so that will be the GPS, probably witrh MGmaps and the "MGmaps Cache"
EeePC900, Telecom datacard, Okta touch, Samsung i325, iPod 60GB and will probably carve up my "solar boombox" running off one of these Tripath d-class chips if we see some sun tomorrow :-)

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Reply # 185372 20-Dec-2008 20:38
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BBQ breakfast with Dad, then round to Sarah's folks for Xmas lunch + beers!




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  Reply # 185374 20-Dec-2008 20:56
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I'll be on the computer, working as well. I think what geeks do.

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  Reply # 185375 20-Dec-2008 21:01
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I will be spending it with family. Waiting for my sister to drop the 2 lb. turkey off will probably cook it in the easy bake oven. haha. Then I will listen to my sisters japanese cd's she loves so much.

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  Reply # 185615 22-Dec-2008 09:13
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I am going to Sydney for 3 weeks :) Party Party Party

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  Reply # 185617 22-Dec-2008 09:20
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Opening presents first thing in a.m. with my 23 month old ("TREEEEEEEEEEEEEE YAYYYYYYYYYYY" lol).

Spend some of day making quick visits to some close friends, go home, sleep, watch a DVD. whatever, then my boy is coming back late afternoon, and we will play with toys, read books and other stuff before he goes to sleep.




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  Reply # 185645 22-Dec-2008 10:55
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Spending the day in Napier with the soon-to-be-new relatives.  We're getting hitched on Dec 27th so organising continues all this week for the 27th :)

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  Reply # 185654 22-Dec-2008 11:30
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work 'til 7am, sleep, lunch, work at 7pm . . .

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