What Are Your New Year’s Traditions?

millennium sunrise copyright K. S. Brooks
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. 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.

  3. 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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