ANSWERS: 18
  • See to it that my animals are fed and their water bowl is clean and refilled.
  • Spend some extra time with my family, 3 days off yay!!
  • Make my Fiance smile and have a good time
  • Make sure that all of my guns are cleaned and well oiled, and that all of the actions work smoothly.
  • Same thing I do EVERY eve...Stoli on the rocks with a twist...several! Of course, my "eve" happens t'start around noon. I never drink before noon...so what if I'm always sayin' "It's noon SOMEWHERE...cheers! :-) And I don't wanna hear it from y'all...I don't care WHAT any of ya say...I do NOT have a "problem", damn it!!! :-)
  • Spend great time with my kids and be sure they know how much I love them. :)
  • give gifts to the motherless and the needy.
  • kiss my daughter
  • Thank God for giving me life, family, a roof over my head. Pray for thoughs who need a lift in life. Then I will make my Christmas Wish........ "Lord" Please help The Dallas Cowboys to be victorous through out the rest of the year. If that's to hard god, I'll settle for world peace.. "Amen"
  • Call my daughter since she is in the states and I'm in the desert
  • Spend time with my son who is visiting us..he lives in Honolulu! :) Merry Christmas Eve m'dear! :) ((hugs))
  • Sleep. What could possibly be more valuable than that?
  • Tonight and tomorrow night I'm gonna let my daughter sleep in my bed with me. She's been hinting on how my bed is so comfortable, and she'll be leaving on the 26th for 8 days. I think this is gonna be a memorable thing for her!
  • Spend some quality time with my loved ones. Priceless.:)
  • Be thankful for what I have.
  • I have already had it. My mother and my uncle shared a hug which has not happened for many years, and it happened in my home.
  • Sleep. Eat.
  • The most valuable thing I'm doing before this holiday ends: From December 20, 2008 through January 5, 2009: Each and every day I am volunteering my time, energy, talent and the ability to communicate to and for the patients, their families, the staff and their families at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital, Philadelphia, PA. The folks who have to be at Magee need something to do other than sleep, eat, go to therapy and watch TV. I'm at the Hospital's Jerry and Carolyn Segal Patient Resource Center and Library. Folks check e-mail on the computers; Have coffee, tea and hot chocolate; Borrow and return movies on DVDs; Borrow and return books; make copies. I mentor many patients. I'm there from about 8:45 AM to about 8:30 PM Monday through Thursday. I'm on a slightly reduced schedule on Friday through Sunday. I LOVE it! Thanks for asking your Q! I enjoyed answering it! VTY, Ron Berue Yes, that is my real last name! Sources: Some observations and personal opinions. On a regular, dependable basis, I volunteer at Magee Rehabilitation Hospital 1513 Race Street Philadelphia, PA. "THE University of Hard Knocks" Also known as ("a/k/a") "life's valuable lessons".

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