Christmas Party


3D Santa


Merrry Christmas





Yesterday was the Christmas party for the surveyors and support staff of a well known company which shall be nameless.


The blog is for party goers to see how much they enjoyed themselves, as they probably won’t remember


Anybody who reads my space will remember that we had a leaving party for Chris, well he couldn’t stay away – we have asked him to return his leaving present, but he hasn’t done so yet


To all my MSN friends please bare with me on this one, normal service will be resumed as soon as possible




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11 Responses to Christmas Party

  1. Dusty says:

    Well it looked a lively do and MOST of you seemed to have enjoyed it. … looked lovelyof course.  Is that the Kevin we were chatting to one night in our nightclothes?
    He he

  2. Sheila says:

    Loved your pictures of the office party and am looking forward to your London photos.
    Please let me know if you ever make the bread and if you like it.  There’s a piece waiting here for you..Have to run, but will by again soon, Sheila

  3. Magick says:

    Hi Suki:  Looks like you all had a great time…..don’t ya just love Christmas??!!

  4. Marie says:

    It is that time of the year. . . Christmas parties and New Year Parties.  They are called "bonenkai" in Japanese which literally means "forget last year" party (which actually means "let’s all have a fresh start next year).
    Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones, Suki.
    Hugs, Marie

  5. YOGI says:

    Hi Suki,
    Looks like you enjoyed yourselves, that’s the way to be, nice one.
    It’s Xmas time,

  6. Sheila says:

    Hiya Suki,
    Thought I would come by and see how you are.
    I went to lunch with a few girls today (one of whom is from England).  This English friend said that she believes that a dry measure cup is equal to a 1/4 lb.  I can’t confirm this, but we use a dry measure cup (for flour, sugar and such) which is usually leveled across the top with a knife and a liquid measure cup which has the ounces (8oz for a full cup of liquid) written on the side for anything fluid.  She told me how you measure everything by weight.  I do understand your dilemma though, she once gave me a cookbook by the Naked Cheif (jamie) and I couldn’t make heads nor tails out of some of the measuring terms!  Good luck anyway…
    your NC friend,

  7. YOGI says:

    Hi Suki,
    Still no Baby, gotta be anytime now, I hope you have’nt drunk all that Xmas spirit yet, LOL
    Merry Christmas, to you and all your Family,

  8. Tani says:

    Looks like one wild party.Wishing you and yours the very merriest of Christmas’s.Tani

  9. david says:

    sending you hugs ‘n kisses

  10. John says:

    Hi Suki, all the best for Christmas and the new year. Re your query about sprouts, it is probably the variety that is different from the shop bought ones. I believe that the smaller ones, sometimes called button sprouts have a better flavour. On the other hand the commercially grown sprouts will have a load of nitrogen fertiliser put on them, it makes them grow, but does nothing to aid flavour. If the ground is frozen, do not bother digging them up, use a sharp knife and cut the the stem just above the ground and take the stork home. (Sprouts on the vine).
    Love to all and have a splendid Christmas Rose and John.

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