hope you're having not so hectic time this weekend but nice and possibly delicious one with all the lovely festive food =)
We're on our way to our sons home in just a few hours. Its not rush, rush to get there but the joy of being there with family and grandkids.Have a wonderful Christmas, Kris.
ici aussi, on a "the rush hour" mais en ce moment c'est pour aller faire les derniers courses de noel ;o) here also, there is “the rush hour” but in this moment is to go to make last the races of Christmas ;o)
Merry Christmas and i do agree. Your post is on target absolutely another excellent reason for people to stop fearing the big stacks... and to stop bullying the small stacks. For this tims I just passing thru and I think you have a great blog here! I'm definitely going to put you in my favorites! It was quite useful reading, found some good/nice stuff in here. Thanks! I have a Website/Blog It pretty much covers betting and poker solutionrelated stuff and more than one opportunity.Come and check it out when you have the time and keep up the great work on your site :-
I can't get over how warm it looks, Kris. I hope you have a very merry Christmas, be showered with kisses and hugs by your partner, and get to eat lots of yummy Hungarian Christmas treats!
Hi Kris!Just stay home this holiday. Enjoy your holiday :)
Jazzy,food, is the thing i'm enjoying this season apart from the family gathering :)Photowanabes,hope you're having a grand time!Olivier,hahah, hope you've got all gifts wrapped and ready ;)Meg,the original is crappy and blur shot, i cheated with adding difusing and warmth ;)Tanty,Yup, stay home with family and relax! what better ways to spend the season :)Thanks again, all!
thanks God we traveled by car yesterday to my sister's village. Otherwise to travel is mission impossible nowdays. All the InterCity tickets are sold! So staying at home is the best now:)
yup, definitely saw lots of travellers yesterday while we were on our way here (my in-laws) ...traffic was doubly terrible!but still, it was nice because you can see that people were getting ready for the festivities!... and going to their respective provinces is part of it. :))
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