New years party

@ricki_911 (18259)
Toronto, Ontario
December 31, 2017 8:50am CST
Iam heading over at 3pm today to set up and get things ready. I will then have the party start at 6pm. I will probably leave around 11 or 12 to go home to bed. I have to work tonrrow at 330am. We all made different dishes and will enjoy it. I made roasted chickpeas and potato salad. Also, cookie dish. All i got for free which saved me money.
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@BarBaraPrz (18492)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
31 Dec
Enjoy your party. Will you get any sleep at all between then and work?
@ricki_911 (18259)
• Toronto, Ontario
31 Dec
A few hours. I don't usually go to bed until 2am as i usually work 1pm to 11pm during the week. So tomotrow is 4:45a. To 1pm. I have to be up by latest 3.5 am. I told the boss i wont be early and i will be tired. I doubt it will be busy the first few hours as many would of been out the night before
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@BarBaraPrz (18492)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
31 Dec
@ricki_911 Or just coming home.
@BarBaraPrz (18492)
• St. Catharines, Ontario
1 Jan
@ricki_911 Managing to stay awake?
@aureliah (8129)
31 Dec
I envy you but I will be staying at home since most of the places here are crowded
@ricki_911 (18259)
• Toronto, Ontario
31 Dec
I am going to a friend house. I certainly wouldnt be going to a bar or store
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@aureliah (8129)
1 Jan
@ricki_911 Thats the best options. Bars can be chaotic
@ricki_911 (18259)
• Toronto, Ontario
1 Jan
@aureliah i hate that kind of atmosphere.
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@JohnRoberts (44813)
• Los Angeles, California
31 Dec
You have to work on New Year's Day?
@ricki_911 (18259)
• Toronto, Ontario
31 Dec
Yes, 4:45 am to 1pm. Because the little children don't feel the need to work. I don't have an issue working it but the issue is they book off shifts so then i get stuck with days.
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