Is it bad to have already planned xmas 2013? :D

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Sacred Lotus

Is it bad to have already planned xmas 2013? :D

has anyone else planned what thy are doing this xmas. Everyone thinks im mad talking about it haha.

Ian

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Anastasia

Dinner booked .

Our Christmas dinner is booked!!
I dined out last year on Christmas Day , it was the first time ever in 45 years of marriage that I had not cooked a Christmas dinner , our eldest Son treated us , well it was such a fantastic meal , & a wonderful Atmosphere my Son decided we would do it all again next year so he booked on the day.i had all my family with me .
All the diners seemed to be very lighthearted , friendly , & full of goodwill , so here's hoping it is even half as good when Christmas Day comes round this year.

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The Cat's Mother

Christmas

We only visit the UK at Christmas time, so yes I suppose our next Christmas is already planned! Our family and friends know we will be there and plan accordingly - of course weather, our health and other factors could get in the way, but as far as I am concerned Christmas 1213 is a plan.
We throw an annual party to catch up with everyone and would be very unpopular if the annual bash didn't take place!! Our friends say that once our party has taken place the Christmas festivities have begun.



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Biggles !

Planning for Christmas 2013!!!

I've had the sprouts simmering away since Maunday Thursday; I hope they are going to be cooked OK !!

Sorry, I know I've nicked this but think it is so funny xx

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Biggles !

Christmas 2013

We are starting to chat about what we will have; never to early to make plans, thus ensuring everyone has a great time.

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SonyaK

xmas 2013?

Xmas? What's that??

November is early enough to start thinking about it:)

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Sacred Lotus

xmas

thanks for the info :D

yeah i love xmas as it means 2 weeks off work and complete relaxation. roll on christmas :D:D

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Dottie May

Christmas 2013

We've been going to a local Hotel with friends for Christmas Lunch for the past 4 years. We go to the Restaurant where a Buffet is served - what a choice. It is excellent. We plan to go there again this year but can't make a reservation until later in the year. I love sending Christmas cards (around 130) so have started to buy stamps so many each week so that the cost doesn't come in one big lump in December. We've also booked tickets to see the John Wilson Orchestra in St. David's Hall, Cardiff in December so "Yes", I'm already planning for Christmas.

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sam from worthing

Christmas 2013.


Well, I am putting away a bit of money each week as and when i can/remember, have done this the last 2 years - not in savings scheme/christmas club, just my own box that i stash away out of sight out of mind so no temptation to delve into it.

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JOEY

What? Thinking of another winter already?

I love Christmas but can't think about it until after my summer hols. Dont think I've left the house without a scarf on for the last 6 months, and I dream of using patio furniture and a barbeque for a few get togethers before starting festive preparations! The big advantage of summer hols and parties is that they come without stress of accomodating everyone's relatives..... Never tried a restaurant Christmas lunch, I like cooking and would rather spend the cash on pressies.

 
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