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sweetpumkinpye

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I LOVE THIS!!!!!

my planner is getting fully used this past few weeks as I write my wrap up of Christmas 2020 and make all sorts of lists and plans for 2021.
Like Diedra I need to write this down now before POOF!! gone forever.
 

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I need to write a note in my planner to write up my thoughts. I'll think about it when I see someone mention it on here. I'm going to just have to do it one day when I think about it on whatever paper is nearby and then transfer it to my Christmas notebook later.
 

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I need to write a note in my planner to write up my thoughts. I'll think about it when I see someone mention it on here. I'm going to just have to do it one day when I think about it on whatever paper is nearby and then transfer it to my Christmas notebook later.
Jane, I have post its everywhere so I can write stuff down as i think of it or it’s gone. I even do notes on my phone when I’m out. I think of lots of reflections when I’m in my car for some reason.
 

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This year, I'm putting all holiday plans and gift buying on hold until I can determine if we will be able to take a trip at Christmas. Destination not finalized but if our schedules and COVID allows, all of our holiday budget will go on that. Anything we buy on the trip, we'll come home (anticipate being back home a few days before Christmas) and put under the tree to enjoy Christmas Day. Our gifts will primarily be the experience.
 

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Pamela, what a wonderful idea. I hope that the current situation settles and you can all enjoy your magical holiday vacation.
 
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Tomorrow is the first Rudy day for the year.
Only 11 more months until Christmas, can hardly wait.
 

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So happy to have found this thread. I need to make notes for Christmas 2021, as COVID and other familial situations brought change this year. It really made me stop and think this year, and ponder what is important and what is not. Time will tell on how things may shake out for the holidays this year. But, my thoughts and ideas will be pertinent, regardless of what shakes out.
 

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Plan B if we're not able to take a trip this Christmas is to make it a Christmas of experiences. I booked the first one yesterday, a trip to the Ice Festival in the Bavarian town that is a couple of hours away from us in January 2022. It was held this year although the events that draw the larger crowds were cancelled and I'm hoping that all events will be held next January - no COVID restrictions. The trip will be for Sophia and I this year since Vic will be back in Maryland after his Christmas leave but I'm hoping that he will be back in Washington for 2023. My goodness, it seems so odd to type 2022 and 2023.