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Saturday, December 31, 2005

Happy New Year...


A very Happy New Year to all my readers.

I'm off to Duckie tonight for their New Year's bash at South Central. Matt, Aaron and I will probably meet up first and travel down together.

I'm taking things easy this afternoon with a siesta partly in preparation for tonight and partly in recovery mode from yesterday's craniosacral therapy (thanks JC), afternoon delight (thanks Nick) and late night boozing (thanks Stuart, Gary et al).

Let's hope 2006 is better than 2005.

9 comments:

  1. And so say I to that last comment! It hasn't been a great year personally, for all sorts of reasons. Well done you for venturing out tonight despite the selfish bastards' tube strike - I thought the whole of London was staying in tonight. I'm off to a house party as I vowed a few years ago never again to put my NYE in the hands of a club promoter/the weather. Have fun! Happy New Year! I'm going off now to look up 'craniosacral'...

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  2. Anonymous4:18 pm

    This chapter says..
    put it out of your mind
    and give it time..

    Hope it's a happier new year for you & us all.
    S x

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  3. Martin & Pete6:34 pm

    A very happy new year to you, Jonathan. All the love and laughter you wish for in 2006! :)

    xxx

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  4. Happy New Year! I saw you at Duckie and was going to say hello but felt it may come across a little strange seeing as you'd have no idea who I am (considering I've never commented before). Although you did come over and give me a kiss and say happy new year at one point.

    Hope you have a great 2006 xxx

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  5. :-) Thanks. And you didn't slap me across the face either! LOL. Next time make yourself known by all means!

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  6. I promise I will next time I see you. Dependent on how clear your memory is of NYE, I have a beard and was wearing a green t-shirt with 'Osaka 6' written on it.

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  7. Being a bear of very little brain and also being more than slightly the worse for wear I'm afraid I don't remember from your description but I'm sure I'd remember you if I saw you. I have a brain for faces but little else. Why not send me a pic! (e-mail addresses on the side bar but you'll have to take out the antispam bits)

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  8. Thanks for the pic, Geoff - now I remember you :-)

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