Friday, December 30, 2005


Thankfully, it's Friday, but I'm not looking forward to this holiday weekend as much as usual.

New Year's Day has long been my favorite holiday. I can tend to be a bit of a pessimist, but I love the start of a new year because it is filled with so much optimist and hope. It's the one time of the year that I have had a chance to screw things up yet.

Well, except this year I have no plans for celebrating the new year. So if anyone has any suggestions I could use then. I'm not so good at solo planning. And the friends I'm most accustomed to celebrating a new year with are many miles away.

What the hell is there to do in Salem on New Year's Eve?

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