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#641 shellk

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    Posted 26 November 2009 - 05:54 PM

    sve - well said my friend lol

    please please all of you forgive me but i have never totally understood thanksgiving.which one of you is going to explain it to me.no wonder you lot are on here i just remembered you have not work today/tomorrow

    jetsbride has finally done her review.my mind is at rest

    #642 svetayasofiya

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      Posted 26 November 2009 - 06:17 PM

      Quote:
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      sve - well said my friend lol

      please please all of you forgive me but i have never totally understood thanksgiving.which one of you is going to explain it to me.no wonder you lot are on here i just remembered you have not work today/tomorrow

      jetsbride has finally done her review.my mind is at rest
      Well I am Canadian and we actually celebrate Thanksgiving in October... but for our American friends it is today. It has something to do with the pilgrims coming over from Europe and settling at Plymouth Rock, Mass. (I have been there LOL) and having a big meal with the local Natives? LMAO. Ok, maybe an American should tell the story because I am clearly talking out of my

      haha

      There was a boat called the Mayflower, pilgrims, a rock (which isn't very big) and Pocahontas!

      Essentially, it's time with your family to eat turkey and be thankful for all that you have!

      #643 shellk

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        Posted 26 November 2009 - 07:19 PM

        thankyou i think i get the jist of it.you not answered me bout hen night?

        its cold here

        #644 jammies1234

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          Posted 26 November 2009 - 09:08 PM

          Another February bride here girls....I share February 2 with Susie Q. This is 2nd marriage for us. We are getting married at 5:30 PM on the beach at Grand Cozumel.
          Now here's my question, even tho my hunney and I were actually in Cozumel at this same time last year, I cannot for the life of me remember when the sun started setting I would like about 1/2 hr after ceremony for pictures....will a 5:30 start be too late?
          I see you are from Ontario Susie Q, me too, where are you departing from and when, maybe we will be at the same airport? we are leaving Jan. 31 from Toronto.

          Looking forward to a few more chats before the big day !!!!

          #645 Shinbinea

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            Posted 26 November 2009 - 09:21 PM

            susieq your dress looks amazing :) its looks like a very shimmery material so you will look absolutely radiant under the Mexican sun :)

            #646 Krista_H

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              Posted 26 November 2009 - 11:55 PM

              Happy Thanksgiving!! Hope you didn't eat too much turkey and are getting some rest.

              #647 SusieQ

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                Posted 27 November 2009 - 12:44 AM

                Quote:
                Originally Posted by jammies1234
                Another February bride here girls....I share February 2 with Susie Q. This is 2nd marriage for us. We are getting married at 5:30 PM on the beach at Grand Cozumel.
                Now here's my question, even tho my hunney and I were actually in Cozumel at this same time last year, I cannot for the life of me remember when the sun started setting I would like about 1/2 hr after ceremony for pictures....will a 5:30 start be too late?
                I see you are from Ontario Susie Q, me too, where are you departing from and when, maybe we will be at the same airport? we are leaving Jan. 31 from Toronto.

                Looking forward to a few more chats before the big day !!!!
                funny I have to be very honest ... when I left my ex husband I took off my watch and I have not worn one since.... I realized, my time was over and I didn't need to keep track of time ever again...I waited long enough for something to end.... I have been to Mexico 4 times since and for the life of me I can not tell you what time the sun sets.... I have a self directed clock I wake up before 7am... if I need to wake up earlier I tell myself the time and I can wake up within ten minutes of that time.. by the way welcome & happy planning


                PS: shellK will tell you I am a witch... don't believe her!!

                #648 TonyandTricia

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                  Posted 27 November 2009 - 01:04 AM

                  Happy Thanksgiving!!!

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                  susie q,our resort does that but charges lots more.i think try and argue with them.what are your options if you dont do that?the hotel entertainment or is there a nightclub type place at the resort?

                  i dont know what to do about the hen night.i have 2 options pole+burlesque dancing for 2hrs then to a pub to get drunk or go to a place that has a live band and a meal.what would be your ladies 1st choice?i think the dancing would be fun but dont know how many friends would actually participate even though they would have fun watching.

                  Does the first option involve you guys dancing or is it a burlesque show that are you watching. Either way, I think that one sounds like fun! Different from the normal girl's night out. :)

                  Susieq- that's some internal clock you have. I don't have one, but my dog seems to know to wake me up every day 10 minutes before my alarm is supposed to go off. Drives me crazy.

                  #649 futuremrsgoodrich

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                    Posted 27 November 2009 - 02:35 AM

                    Pole dancing sounds fun and special... maybe you all could do a shot on the way in to take the edge off. I took a striptease class with a gf a few years ago and we would chug a beer first... liquid courage :)

                    Thanksgiving started just as Svete said... pilgrims (from UK) and Indians (Natives).. eating together to celebrate the harvest ... now its a time of year when we get together with our families and eat gluttonous amounts of food- especially turkey.

                    Im actually English by birth, we moved to the states when I was 5... our Thanksgiving dinner looks like Sunday roast (with a turkey)... we had roast spuds, parsnips, yorkie pud, brussel sprouts etc etc.. very t

                    #650 futuremrsgoodrich

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                      Posted 27 November 2009 - 02:35 AM

                      empting :)




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