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      Christmas dinner -we never have a formal affair. Just sandwiches and whatever – and it is serve your own. What about that idea?

      Getting a honey baked ham (or cook your own spiral sliced), then have sub buns, sliced cheeses, lettuce, tomatoes and condiments (several types of mustard and some mayo), festive paper plates and let everyone serve themselves. You can to the mini sausages (old smokies) with the chili sauce and jelly for more nibblers. Several bags of chips, have a sharpie out and make everyone label their cup (before they put ice in it) and 2L bottles or iced tea.

      Oh..

      and don’t forget to lock your valuables and medsin your car so the relatives don’t take them.

      From: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Budget101_@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of herberkids3
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      For the first time ever, we are actually just staying home for Christmas day this year. Since we moved, we now live at least an hour from any relatives, and it’s just hard trying to get the kids up, get presents opened, get dressed, and get to someone’s house by 11am when we have an hour of travel time (or longer) involved.

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Budget101 Discussion List Archives Budget101 Discussion List Christmas Dinner- On a Budget