Will you celebrate New Year’s Eve tonight?

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Happy New Year’s Eve! Can you believe it’s already 2021? We sure can’t. It feels like yesterday that we were ringing in 2020… Oh, what a year!

Will you do anything tonight to celebrate the new year? Attend or host a gathering? Stay at home with your household members and celebrate? Will you stay up until midnight, or will you go to bed before then?

Whatever you’re doing, we’d love to hear about it in the comments. If you don’t feel like sharing, that’s okay, but please vote in the poll below. Thanks! Have a safe night and please don’t drink and drive!

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Joe & Helen
3 months ago

We are going to stay home and play several hands of the 5 Crowns card game however the game will be played via ZOOM with our daughter Maureen & husband Tom in Salem, OR and son Peter & wife Korynna in Bellevue, WA. Should be interesting as we all will be using our own deck of cards.

Impavid
3 months ago
Reply to  Joe & Helen

That’s interesting as to how you do that with 5 crowns although I do love the game. We play golf via Zoom. Great way to keep in touch.

Paul Cecil
3 months ago

My answer isn’t on the list, as usual. Yes I will be celebrating; but no I will not be going out or be with a group. I usually stay up past midnight anyway. So at midnight I will raise a glass of wine to say good bye to 2020, and hello to 2021. During the evening I will call family members and friends to wish them a Happy New Year and a hope to see them soon. And that is how I am going to celebrate the end of 2020.

Marie Dalzell
3 months ago

We’re home….will be eating bad foods lol and I’m trying a new beverage: Jack Frost cocktail. I’ll be asleep by 10pm!

James Dresser
3 months ago

Actually we celebrate every night so tonight isn’t much different. Life is good for us, even in 2020.

Cheryl Bacon
3 months ago

Just watching Disney+, Hulu or YouTube with noise canceling headphones to drown out the subdivisions idea of NYE, which is in their own words “blowing 2020 up”. Should be interesting adding firework smoke with all the rain and fog we have had. I feel sorry for anyone trying to drive with zero visibility, the young children, animals etc.

Rich
3 months ago

depends on the definition of “celebrating”. we’ve never gone to a NYE party..we don’t drink and don’t enjoy being around drunks. we used to take my MIL to an early dinner since 12/31 was her b’day. we usually stay up to watch fireworks on TV and then hit the sack. on new years morning i’ll make biscuits for breakfast.

Don
3 months ago

Will go to sleep about 11:30 and get woke up at midnight from the local fireworks. About all it is here is start using a different calendar.

Dave J
3 months ago

Just staying up to see that 2020 actually LEAVES.

Mike Albert
3 months ago

We will watch and just make sure that 2020 leaves and 2021 arrives.
For those still believing that Covid is not real or just a {bleeped}, tell that to the survivors of those that lost their battle. From 14 months to over 100 years of age, Covid is blind and doesn’t care about your religion, sexual orientation, nationality, race or political affiliation. It is an Equal Opportunity Disease, and May range in symptoms from minor aches and pains to death.
Here’s wishing EVERYONE a Healthy, Safe New Years. Especially our First Responders, front line workers, teachers and Healthcare workers, a very special prayer and wish for good health and safety and a Very Big Thank you!

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
3 months ago
Reply to  Mike Albert

Thank you for the excellent message, Mike. Wishing you and yours (and everyone!) a Happier and Healthier 2021. 🙂 —Diane at RVtravel.com

Michael A. Buldra
3 months ago

I get to work. Happy New Year and pay check.

Pat
3 months ago

Staying with my brother’s family this year due to COVID. We’ll have snacks from 5 to 7, drink a toast to the New Year, and go to bed. At our age, that’s a party!

Keith
3 months ago

The wife and I don’t really celebrate the new year, one is pretty much like all the rest! We will watch tv and at the appointed time kiss in the new year and go to bed…
And as far as this pandemic crap goes, to each his own do what you wish to and live and let live!
You are only given so much time on this earth so live it while you can… we aren’t promised tomorrow, so don’t waste it cowering in your houses a was waiting for a magical cure to the chinese virus. Unless u have immune deficiencies or a preexisting malady live your life!!!
This year I will be for sure staying up until midnight to make sure we kick 2020 out the door!!! I’ve had enough of it to last a lifetime…

Cat
3 months ago
Reply to  Keith

It’s the “…let live” part of your philosophy that is the problem. Live your life but don’t put other people in jeopardy.

Gary
3 months ago
Reply to  Cat

Where did he say “put other people in jeopardy”? He didn’t.

Cat
3 months ago
Reply to  Gary

At present, if not wearing a mask around people outside of the home environment, other people are in jeopardy. Carriers can infect…

Impavid
3 months ago
Reply to  Gary

Not in so many words. You are either part of the problem or part of the solution. I’m a little testy as my best buddy is in hospital with Covid and on a ventilator and entering 6 weeks tomorrow. Mask up and protect others and don’t be so selfish. It doesn’t look good for him and I’d like not to see anyone else have to watch a loved one die.

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RV Staff (@rvstaff)
3 months ago
Reply to  Impavid

I’m so sorry to hear about your buddy, Impavid. And it’s so aggravating (understatement) when so many people are still in denial as to the seriousness of the pandemic — such as Keith referring to it as the “pandemic crap” and to just “live and let live.” I guess he hasn’t lost anyone close due to COVID yet (“yet” being the operative word here). But many thousands of us have, and it is all too real! I hope your friend recovers so you can continue fishing and hunting with him. Hugs to all. —Diane at RVtravel.com

Marie Dalzell
3 months ago
Reply to  Keith

I agree with you re: living your life. I know Covid is real but for my husband & I, we’d go nuts if we lived in fear. We wear masks when in stores/restaurants etc but that’s it. We camped all season (our first year) and lived our life.

Don
3 months ago

We’ll be celebrating; got a nice bottle of champagne in the fridge and I’ll even fire my cannon at midnight. But we’re in the Pacific Northwest (with you and your folks, Chuck) and our “midnight” will be when the ball drops in Times Square, for real. Once any part of the US is in the new year, that’s good enough for me!

Jim z
3 months ago

We are staying home here in Minnesota and having steaks on the grill to celebrate New Year and our 47th wedding anniversary.

Bob Weinfurt
3 months ago

You betcha. Can’t wait to kick 2020 out the front door and welcome in 2021, safely from home.
HAPPY AND SAFE NEW YEAR EVERYBODY

Last edited 3 months ago by Bob Weinfurt
Brenda
3 months ago

For the past thirty-five years, we have celebrated NYE with family at my in-laws house. For the past nine months, we have avoided family gatherings, including weddings, funerals, and graduation parties because COVID precautions are not being respected. The family was planning on getting together for Christmas. My sister-in-law tested positive a couple days before, after exposing our parents. Luckily, she is the only one who became sick. She is young and healthy – and still feeling exhausted. We will enjoy our NYE at home, safe and healthy, just the two of us, our dog, and our cat.

Dick & Sandy from near Buffalo, NY now in Florida
3 months ago

We will stay in our Coach in our site at the Lazy Days RV Resort in Seffner, FL. We are members of our Inter Bay 912 Moose Lodge in Tampa who has a New Years Celebration Party every year, we do not attend because of the hazards of driving the 20 miles back to our coach. On a good night without all the parties going on, there are too many crazy drivers on the road. So we will do our annual celebrating by our selves at midnight and wish everyone a HAPPIER AND HEALTHIER NEW YEAR.

Stay well, Stay safe.

Larry Boswell
3 months ago

Not so much attending a gathering as Darlene and I are in our Minnie Winnie, parked in our Daughter’s driveway, planning to celebrate with them and their family. We were also together last March at RV parks in Gulf Shores AL when we had to cancel all our plans and go home for 9 months of quarantine.

Poppers
3 months ago

Heading over to Laughlin Nv to watch the fireworks over the river and then wish each other a Happy Anniversary. We were married in Las Vegas on Jan1st1962 ! 😎

Impavid
3 months ago
Reply to  Poppers

Happy Anniversary for tomorrow

kat
3 months ago

i marked yes and i always fix special snacks on new years eve and then wake my husband up (he has fallen asleep in the recliner – – – again) at midnight, tell him happy new year and go to bed. it is a tradition!
happy new year everyone!