Goodbye 2009

How do you celebrate New Year's Eve?

Over the years I've celebrated in many different ways. When hubby was overseas the kids and I celebrated alone, toasting each other with root beer floats. Together, we attended many gala celebrations in different places from the Seabee base to various private parties.

For twenty-three years we had our own residential care home and we celebrated with special treats and sparkling cider with the women who lived with us. Hubby and I would rent movies to watch.

Once again we're by ourselves (more or less, since we have relatives living next door)but we have no desire to party. We'll watch a movie and sleep through the end of 2009.

Neither of us make resolutions anymore, though we always hope to achieve certain things--of course I want to write a new book for each of my series, and I'll be busy promoting those that come out.

We hope to stay healthy and enjoy 2010.

Happy New Year!

Marilyn
http://fictionforyou.com

Comments

Happy New Year! I'm planning a quiet one, too.

For the past few years, I've gone to sleep early and set the alarm for 11:45, so I can watch the countdown.

Ridiculous, huh?

But I do like to watch the ball drop on TV.

Today I've been blogging about my challenges for the New Year, and those include my reading challenges and how I plan to document each of the books read, to help me keep track.

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