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Post by flute on 10th December 2011, 10:44 pm

So... what parties/gatherings are you holding/going to this christmas?

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Post by Adrian on 10th December 2011, 11:11 pm

Haven't been invited to any laugh

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Post by Kristy lee on 11th December 2011, 3:27 am

I'm having a little "tea party" for my daughter next week. She's invited 3 friends over in the evening and has planned how she wants to set up. My dad has loads of xmas lights and decorations in the yard (mostly solar)

So she has told me that she'll set up a little tent and blankets. Her friends have to bring their fav teddy or doll and they will "dress them up" for xmas. Plan on having a festive fruit platter and some handmade xmas treats for them to enjoy whilst they look at the stars and the lights:D



I have a few other get togethers with both kids and adults.

Also planning to take the kids with some friends to the city to check out the festivities in there on night
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Post by mark barker on 11th December 2011, 11:52 am

flute wrote:So... what parties/gatherings are you holding/going to this christmas?

Is this your subtle way of inviting us all around to your place for an xmas party? I'm sure Spar wouldn't mind!

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Post by Dandelion on 11th December 2011, 2:02 pm

Yes, what time does the last ferry leave??

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Post by flute on 11th December 2011, 4:11 pm

I'll start lighting all the torches at Sparhawk towers, so if you aim to get here by xmas eve, I might have just finished.

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No, we're actually not holding/going to many parties this year. I had the school xmas party a couple of fridays ago, and then there's the friends gathering sometime next week, when we can all decide we're free, and people aren't working, and then there's the traditional xmas gatherings, but I wouldn't really call all these parties. Most people my age are concentrating on their birthday parties at the minute. Wink

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