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Thread: Happy New Year everyone!
01-01-2013, 12:08 AM #1
Happy New Year everyone!
After losing $25 on the ol' horsies tonight, I'm home relaxing on the computer.
Happy New Year everyone!"Only Lions fans can predict a victory when their starting quarterback has a broken arm." -unknown
"I'm going to go the Pistons' game tonight and watch Sheed jack up threes." -unknown
Happy New Year, ladies & gentlemen.
Family outing today to a local chinese restaurant for an old time chinese / polynesian dinner - our new tradition. We used to (growing up) always have chinese food on New Year's Eve before going out partying --- now most of us are in bed before 12, and everybody brings the kids to this dinner the next day. It's fun. The participants will vary in age from 7 months to 89 years.
Let's hope this year brings you all health and happiness.Of all the things in life I've lost, I miss my mind the most.
01-01-2013, 03:19 PM #3
Hopefully '13 will be a lucky year. Happy, happy!This spot, and a place in my heart, is reserved for TC.
01-01-2013, 05:15 PM #4
Well my friends in Michigan did not get their wolverine win, but we all enjoyed a great game. Party still going on in the parking lot with a lot of food and drink being shared. Beautiful warm and sunny today and quite different than Ann Arbor.
I wish all here a Wonderful New Year. Geographics and Politics aside, we share common desires as a large family. May MTS continue to prosper and present the best of Tiger fans.Live your life for what it can be and not for what it was.
MMXIV AAT: KYLE RYAN; MMXV AAT: KYLE RYAN
01-01-2013, 05:22 PM #5
Well. 2012 sucked giant donkey kong. My divorce was finalized, the family home was lost. My father died unexpectedly and my little brother has been battling multiple myeloma, and relapsed out of remission the week before his scheduled bone marrow transplant. My kids have a bunch of their friends over to celebrate the first day of 2013. I hope it will be a better year. It cannot be much worse.
And U of M lost. Things are looking up already. :-)"For lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone; the flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land."
William Earnest Harwell (1918-2010), from the Song of Solomon.
01-01-2013, 07:34 PM #6
Yeah, not sorry to see the backside of 2012 myself.
Here's to good stuff in 2013!
01-01-2013, 07:54 PM #7
I guess I'm in the minority... 2012 wasn't perfect by any means, but I made a lot of progress both in my personal and financial life... mostly in the last few months which makes me look forward to more slow but steady progress in '13.This spot, and a place in my heart, is reserved for TC.
01-01-2013, 07:55 PM #8
We went out on NYE for the first time in three years last night. Friends of our's has a small get together every year, nothing fancy, usually food and poker in our pajamas. We missed a few years for various reasons and actually enjoyed staying home and I don't think we made it to midnight any of the years we stayed home. This year we decided to go to our friends house and once again enjoyed a quiet evening.
It's funny how NYE has changed for our group of friends in the last 20 years. We used to throw a blow out hall party in the early 90's with a DJ, food and drink all part of the cover charge. Once everybody started getting married and having kids the hall parties ended and we started with the get-together at our friends' house. Now, most of the kids are old enough to stay home by themselves or are at their friends' houses for NYE.
Last edited by dadair6; 01-01-2013 at 07:59 PM."This is Michigan, for god's sake!"