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I really can't stand New Year's either. Once January comes there is nothing else going on. I'm not a fan of Valentine's day so I don't look forward to that either. What I do is I keep all snowmen out until Feb. then I start to put them away and get ready for Easter. When Easter comes I always get a 1/2 day off for Good Friday so I turn that into my mini-Christmas break. I take the full day off for Good Friday and I take Sunday night (Easter) off from work. That way I finish up work on Thurs. morning and don't go back until Monday night! I also start a new countdown to Christmas!
"You used up all the glue on purpose!"-A Christmas Story
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in 2009 i am going to throw myself into my work, i am an actress and i have a feeling that things will really get going for me in 2009. plus i will be on here most days, posting and planning all over again.
The month of January can be so long and it's usually the coldest here. We now have a grandchild's birthday in January so we will look forward to the celebration.
I usually use that month to spend more time on my pc and get back into doing my genealogy.
And I look forward to Feb. since it's a shorter month and then it's planning for spring flowers and spring clean-up.