Goodbye 2010!!! Happy New Year!!!

I feel as if I haven’t even fully celebrated Christmas yet and already it’s the last day of 2010! I like it to still be December, I don’t want January to come so fast!!! December exudes a holiday feeling, even if you’re still in the office working. January always makes me feel “yeah show’s over, get cracking!”

New Year’s Eve this year is so subdued! Last year, I was drinking champagne and eating canapés on the rooftop of One Fullerton and enjoying a totally unblocked and private view of the fireworks. Then it was on to a 2 night’s stay at the Fullerton. The year before, it wasn’t that posh but at least I was out at East Coast Park with thousands of other Singaporeans, setting off my fire sparklers. This year, I am at home typing this. After last year’s NYE blast at Fullerton, I feel like I shouldn’t bother celebrating if it is going to be a half-baked attempt.

Anyway I shall have a party of sorts in the next few days as I eat my way through all the restaurants I have been eyeing for the longest time.  Brunch, buffets and afternoon tea, here I come! How will you be celebrating the new year? Have you received any wonderful new year cards? What new year parties will you be going for? Have you made any new year resolutions for 2011, and more importantly, how will you keep your new year resolutions?

Here’s to a really smooth and wonderful 2011 ahead of us. May we fulfil all our goals and dreams!

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  1. bookjunkie says:

    I haven’t made a single resolution yet except that i want to learn how to make curry puffs (I am totally hopeless in the kitchen).

    Your Fullerton NY sounds amazing. I remember that a few times we had a free hotel stay (part of my uncle’s hr benefits which he generously donated to us) on new year’s eve when I was in my late teens i think… and it was so exciting.

    • 365days2play says:

      Haha well there’s still time to make some resolutions. I haven’t made mine either! I used to think I was hopeless in the kitchen, but really, it’s just like chemistry lessons. Just follow the instructions and it will be surprisingly easy!

      Wow your uncle sure had good benefits, a room on NYE should be more expensive huh! I suppose he’s retired now? I hear the airline people have it the best. Free air travel for themselves and only pay 10% for family.

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