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Happy New Year, everyone!
I slept through it. This is because we flew into Heathrow at 6:20 AM yesterday morning, and by the time we got home via various means of public transport, I was shattered. Turned in around 9:00 PM, woke up around 11:00 AM this morning. James and I suck at New Year's.

I'm still very impressed that we managed to be in New York City for the blizzard to end all blizzards. All of our friends here at home in the UK are wide-eyed and asking for photographs, of which we took none. Our digital camera is still AWOL since the move. It's a crappy camera anyway; perhaps I should take this as a sign that it's time to invest in a new one.

(And, yes, we flew back a day later than planned due to an odd Expedia reservation change. This means that we missed the Last Tuesday Society ball to which we had tickets. Grrr. We'd bought masks! I'd wanted to frolic in the chocolate fountain, dammit!)

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Glad you're home safely! And, hopefully, you're well-rested by this point as well. :)

Happy new year!

Rested enough, anyway. Maybe too much ;)

I live in Brooklyn. Did not get car released from snow until yesterday afternoon. Snow is still everywhere. You must be glad to be elsewhere.

Oh, yikes - that's awful! I think we were very lucky to get out 48 hours later, for sure.

Welcome home, and Happy New Year! I'm sorry that you were denied the chance to fox-trot through the fountain. . . or tango, or waltz. . .

I'm amazed you were in New York City, too. I was, as it happens, in California. But extensive media coverage ensured I could see what I was missing! We're supposed to have more snow this weekend - the rest is nearly gone.

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