What Are Your New Year’s Traditions?

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Millennium Sunrise Copyright K. S. Brooks 2000

Do you have a special New Year’s tradition? Is it interesting? Is it original? Or do you just read a book and go to sleep at 9 p.m.?

Go ahead and let us know what your tradition is by writing it below.  Please keep it short so everyone has room. Here’s an example for you:

We watch the sun set over the old year, stay up all night, then go to the beach to watch the sunrise on a new year.

We hope you have a safe and happy New Year.

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9 thoughts on “What Are Your New Year’s Traditions?”

  1. As a young man, and a Scotsman, I would spend Hogmanay with likeminded friends, drinking, eating, toasting in the New Year and generally partying until I collapsed somewhere (foolish). Now, the only time I drink alcohol at all is when I toast the New Year in with one glass of single malt whisky, on my own at home, before going to bed (much better).

  2. We go to our friends’ annual party. It’s low-key, good food and conversation, a champagne toast at midnight, and then home using the back roads to try to avoid the drunks.

  3. I take my wife dancing to live music New Year’s Eve. New Year’s Day a good friend who owns a sushi restaurant closes it for a private party, serving everyone a lobster tail and lobster bisque. Last year I sold 7 copies of my latest book at the party.

  4. I’m typically so sick of the old year that I stay up to make sure it leaves. 😀 I’ll knit and watch a movie or two on New Year’s Eve, and then watch somebody drop the ball (you know the one) on TV before turning in.

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