Words and draws by Russ
You too, Russ, Happy New Years.(I'm going to bang a pot at midnight)
Gee, that's still pretty much how I celebrate it. Happy New Year, Russ!!-Cin
i celebrated new year's in your style more times than i can count and i live near a big lively city....it wasnt so much the party as the COMPANY, ie my grandparents and their card playing friends that made it kinda pointless.i will pound a tin pan in your honor tonight as we go up to farmville to celebrate with our family/ country fried friends!xxalainaxx
take the time you need, i know i will. i can feel it coming, not sure when, but it's coming. my plan? allow it to happen and treat myself as kindly as possible. hope that your new year is smooth as can be.
Hope you have a great 2011.
Happy New Year, funny man. Thanks for the introduction to Shoeboxblog, thanks for making me laugh, and thanks for making me think. My new year's resolution? To not make any. Love ya, buddy!
Hope you're having more fun tonight then you did in the country. I'm just trying to stay awake until the ball drops.
Hahaha, same for me here! Then I got to try out the whole grown-up idea of New Years Eve--now THAT is what's really pathetic!Happt New Year!
Happy New Year, Russ! This was a little sad, but don't all kids think other kids have more fun than they do? Hope you have a fantastic 2011.
I don't remember it being any more spectacular for me in the city as a child. The whole culture of people firing their guns off in celebration takes on a whole different meaning in the Motor, at least for me it did!!But then again, as an individual, holidays have no more meaning than any other. I mean that. Only in the moment is a day special to me and once it is gone, that is it.
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