It’s back to work for me on Tuesday. To be honest, I’m quite happy about that. Indeed, I think I wouldn’t mind going back a bit earlier and ignore the whole New Years’ Eve thing. But it seems no-one can avoid that and I’m going to have to work something out or I’ll end up feeling even worse. Joanne has the kids and I don’t know what her plans are. I’ll have to see what’s going on in my area, that I’m less likely to end up feeling completely out of place.
The Wellsville Fire Company looks okay. I never like the idea of something that’s called an “experience” though; to me that sounds like it’s going to be loud. Still, there is a comedy show being put on and that is certainly what I need on a night I don’t think I will feel very much like laughing. I’ll probably do that and try and remain anonymous all night. Dinner looks good there – well, to me anything that has fried chicken and mashed potatoes on the menu has to be delicious. I figure that if the comedy starts at 9pm then I can stay for all that, say Happy New Year at midnight and be home before 12 30 without having to feel completely pathetic but also not have to feel sad that this year I’m alone for New Year’s.