... the geese are getting fat. Or so I heard. And it may be over a month away still but the temperatures dropping (or rising for those hardcore southerners amongst us), the adverts have started up and the sales already on.
Whats your plan for Christmas/New Years/Any other religious event that celebrates light coming from darkness that just so happens to take place in what the northern hemisphere designates as early winter?
The girlfriends choir is doing a christmas concert which is nice. Bought Rockband 2 with an extra guitar for the living room (family present thing), currently sat under the stairs staring at me with its concentrated multiplayer brilliance. Then off to my aunts for a big boxing day bash.
Sooooooooo it's almost here! Just like the buckets of snow dropped all around. It's so bad up here that our road (aka: a steepish hill) is off bounds to traffic. Had to leave the car at the bottom of the road this morning and bring the shopping up ourselves . But its great. Except it probably means nixxing off the christmas concert.
Woot, loves me some Christmas cheer. Sadly, it's kind of popped up on us this year (which means it's too soon to be over), but it will be fun all the same. Hardly get enough snow in the Ohio Valley. We've had it on and off for four days/nights in a row now and it keeps melting before the next batch comes.
Presents = wrapped
Fridge + Freezer = empty as always, but so are the streets (of snow).
Glee = Ho ho ho! Suuuper Mario!
Rockband 2= Brilliant. I know I'm a bit late to the party now but me, siblings and the girlfriend just wasted the day on it .
Getting Modern Warfare 2 off the girlfriends parents and that's all I know so far . Got a bunch of games and DVDs for the family. Might buy Audiosurf for my sis in that epic Steam sale.
Christmas doesn't come in a box. It comes on a disc.