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Merry Christmas everyone!!!!

I hope all of you have wonderful Christmasses on both hemispheres!!!

We're enjoying our last white Christmas, next year we'll have a great Christmas barbie!!!

Christmas songs have been song and we have all opened our pressies, managed to explain the meaning of Xmas to the kids during breakfast and party will be starting in full swing in an hour!

We're very excited with 2010, it will be a very special year for all of us.
Hope you have a wonderfull year too!!!

Thank you for this group it has been a great support in our adventure.

Best wishes to you all,
Busyte
 

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Hey Busyte

Merry christmas and a happy new year to you and family too :)
 

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Merry Christmas and a happy new year to everyone... may this new year brings happiness, prosperity and fulfil all your dreams..


Best Regards,
 

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Merry Christmas to everyone on this forum and also a Happy New year.
 

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Happy Boxing Day (day after Christmas Day). It's all over here already since it's December 26th now.

We drove just over 2 hours to Warrnambool, Victoria and had a cold lunch with friends. It was cold since they couldn't get the stove in their caravan to work but luckily had cooked the meat the night before anyway! Lovely salad too and then the traditional UK Christmas pudding with cream and ice cream. Very laid and fun. You could hear the sea crashing against the rocks very close by.

In the evening we were at another friends house and we were taught and played a card game called 500 (vaguely similar to whist) until the early hours. There were nibbles and Christmas cake and local wine.

It was a really good day and bear in mind that we didn't know anyone here (other than the real estate agent) when we moved here 2.5 years ago! No family and no friends but by getting yourself out there in the community you build up your social network as well as business ones.

I hope those in the northern hemisphere are still enjoying your Christmas!

Regards,
Karen
 
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