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21 Dec 14 #451989 by Vastra1
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Lighting lanterns and drinking champagne - that''s a lovely ritual to mark the beginning of better times for you and your friend. Enjoy!

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21 Dec 14 #452015 by afonleas
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Driven,you have endured a lot this year,but you have come through it all,your still standing hun.

These December anniversaries:dry: were we mad or what?
With Xmas around times are stressful enough without the added stress of a wedding..
Xmas Eve was mine,it all kicked off in December and divorce finalised in December,so you could say December is quite an eventful month for me;)

Luckily I have moved on from that,he was my life,and now he is not simple....
I seen him yesterday,and he was in a great deal of pain....Karma paying a visit methinks:)

New Years Eve we do the fireworks and champers,as most do,but we also send 2 Chinese Lanterns up,for our Mam and Dad,carrying the love we all still have for them both...

A New Year,new beginnings for us all,
Driven I am so glad that yours will start so postivily...

Merry Xmas hun to you and your little one.

Massive cwtchs
Afon Xxxx

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21 Dec 14 #452016 by blondecazza
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That''s a fantastic idea of the Chinese lanterns...xx

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21 Dec 14 #452023 by Patsy39
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It''s great to read a positive post about moving on.

The ''panto dame'' reference made me chuckle.

My ex is more like one of the props on the stage - a cardboard cut-out, incapable of expressing emotion or feeling.

My anniversary is actually tomorrow but it won''t affect me as we never really celebrated it & he wasn''t the type to send a card or flowers.

I hadn''t thought about the date until just now.

I sent him a text on our anniversary the first year after we split saying ''thanks for breaking every single vow''. I don''t know why I bothered really but it was still very raw then.

I''ll be spending tomorrow Christmas shopping, having coffee with a friend and then a family Christmas evening meal at a country pub. I''m sure if I mention the date my family will raise a toast - to the fact that he''s out of my life for good!!

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22 Dec 14 #452026 by driven40
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Thank you all for your positive comments we had a great time at the panto and the evening went well also. Today I am going to nurse my hangover and look forward to my eldest arriving home :)

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22 Dec 14 #452058 by sun flower
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Driven - so glad you both had a good time. Have fun with your eldest too. You sound like such a loving caring wonderful Mum.....and for Mum read person......you deserve a good Christmas. Please look after yourself as well as those around you.:)

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