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Have you made all your arrangements for Christmas Day?

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I dont celebrate Christmas really, and this year I have not made any arrangements.
I am not going to family so will probably make myself a duck and stay home - like staying home alone!
by Finy
. . .*High Five* Finy :-)))
by Rice
Bah humbug. I am really really hoping that I can be left alone in my new place . . . . still trying to get there!! So much to be done. I would love Christmas Day to be just me and my dogs. Woohoo.
by Rice
OMG Rice -what a shame we do not live in the same place....exactly what I think - have you not moved yet?
by Finy
No . . . . . the hoarder has not removed a thing . . .I'm still cleaning around him and packing . . . cleaning . . .packing . . .cleaning . . .packing . . . LOL. Just as well I have a sense of humour.
by Rice
will you not be moved by Xmas - you will probably have to have lunch with the hoarder! I am in the middle of cleaning out, and giving away!
by Finy
I SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO CAN RELATE!
by jonaja
I am taking stuff up there this Thursday and getting the ball rolling . . . I want to be well an truly settled by Christmas. . . . or I will tear my hair out!
by Rice
Yes, as it's now, late Nov. 1 of my sisters is going to the UK for Christmas with her husband, & my other sister is having my mother with her & her own family, so my husband & I are going to Melbourne, again, & having Christmas with our youngest daughter & her lovely partner. His parents have recently bought a pretty holiday house, a 2hr drive out of Melbourne, so the 4 of us with go there for Christmas Day late afternoon, & return on Boxing Day morning, as our son-in-law is on night shift on Boxing Day.
by Miro
Our plans are always the same. All the family come here for lunch on Christmas Eve. It has to be then because my daughter in laws fathers birthday is on Christmas day, so she wants to celebrate with him. My other son works until the wee small hours at the 'Carols By Candlelight' in the City, so he sleeps on Christmas day (or for part of it). So Christmas Eve seems to suit us. The only time the whole family can get together. I don't mind having it here, and I'm used to cooking for crowds.
I have no idea what I'll be doing. Too much work to think about Christmas as yet.
No idea what will happen, my family is still having problems......so looks dim.
You have my sympathy. My situation too.
by annfi
Me, three!
by donjo
Us 2, Jonaj! We won't be seeing our eldest daughter for Christmas or our 2 granddaughters, but hope to see the little ones before our daughter takes them to Sydney on the 27th/28th Dec. And no, they won't be visiting us when we return to Sydney, & nor will be be visiting them in Sydney!!Last year we took the girls to their local park, with our youngest daughter. It was so cold last Boxing Day, it was like winter. They opened their Christmas on the grass, next to the play equipment, they we walked them home.
by Miro
I just do not understand 'why' things get so messed up with family?
I say forgive quickly and forget, but it has not happened because there is always people who like to continue the sadness, even at Christmas.Can't wait till 26th Dec, and it is over for another painful year :(
by jonaja
I used to visit a Christian priest and at her place I saw Christmas arrangements.Christmas tree and lights.
NOTHING APART FROM SINGING CAROLS AS LOUDLY AS POSSIBLE. AND I WANT A PHOTO WITH SANTA, I NEED A KID.
WHY ARE YOU SHOUTING..........lol....lol.....lol.
by jonaja
Use photo shop: never work with kids or animals . . !! LOL
by Rice
i will begin next friday.

I like to celebrate with my sister and her husband. If it ends up at my place I will invite any friends who would otherwise be alone.
We have made no arrangements yet. Thankfully my dear sister understands that being unable to see my Grandchildren leaves me up in the air. I hold onto the hope their Mother has a change of heart and agrees to drop in on her way somewhere else.
Sad time of year for many, including me.
Maybe will go to an Hotel which 'does' Xmas Lunch, or like last year, just buy fresh Seafood I love, & have it with some 'Bubbly', & Orange Juice!

I do make my own 'Brandy Butter', to my late Grandmother's recipe, to have with the 'Plum Duff', though!
My husband and I go to a local RSL Club for Christmas lunch, a tradition we started years ago when mum was alive. We have always had our Christmas on Boxing Day with all the family for a full day of seafood feasting
It will be me, my husband and bubby for Christmas. We are far from family so it will just be the three of us.
by AJ
I unfortunately haven't made any clear-cut plans. Perhaps we're going to have the usual celebration. Our Christmas arrangements are always centered on the Family. We don't prepare much. Just the staple - salad, cake, ice cream, pizza (sometimes), donuts (sometimes), some meat viand and fruits. What's important is that everyone's present and able to enjoy each other's company.
Lunch with M.I.L. and parents' place afterwards, followed by a visit to gran at the "cold" people's home...I really must teach my son the correct pronunciation, lol,
by Vee
Yes, at least as far as where we will be and when. I haven't quite settled on the menu yet.
It's March already, and I can tell you that you will be lunching this year with your uncle and his family at our house. If it is as warm as this summer has been, swimming will be on the menu.
by grann
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