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Writer's Block: To auld lang syne

Posted on 2009.31.12 at 12:15

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Mijan
mijan at 2009-12-31 17:58 (UTC) ()
*grins* Yeah, my New Year begins at Samhain, too. But I do enjoy a good party with good friends. I just don't treat it like a truly significant event.

As for following the crowd... ten years ago, when everyone was freaking out about Y2K, my friends and I decided to just get away from civilization for the evening. We found a small, secluded lake out in the woods of New Hampshire. It had been a cold December with no snow, so the lake was beautifully frozen and ready for ice skating. We built a bonfire on the shore, lit the ice with the headlights from the car, and ice-skated in the New Year under the stars.

I think it was the best New Year's I'd ever had. :)

Bright Blessings!
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2009-12-31 19:32 (UTC) ()
We built a bonfire on the shore, lit the ice with the headlights from the car, and ice-skated in the New Year under the stars.

Oh, that sounds gorgeous. I'd go for all of that, and maybe even try the skating thing despite the fact that I can't skate to save my life. :)

I guess I'm more jaded at the silliness of the holiday, the way it's portrayed in the media and stuff. Maybe if I did something special like that it'd take on some meaning.

Blessings to you, too, m'dear. *hugs*



Edited at 2009-12-31 19:34 (UTC)
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