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Presenting the Presents

At bethje's house today, some of her relatives came over for Christmas dinner, which consisted of ham, lasagna, and some other stuff. No turkey or goose, though. A little later, we opened our presents, which is never really a communal activity these days. The items I got were:

  • Two shirts
  • Two sweaters
  • A pair of khaki pants
  • Denny's and Applebee's gift cards (the latter for me to share with Beth)
  • A Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer mug
  • An orange, a banana, an apple, some chocolates, Kool-Aid, and Goldfish crackers
  • The Space Quest collection
  • Sacrifice, the second volume of Eric Shanower's Age of Bronze
  • Because I can't get enough of Shanower drawings, The Rundelstone of Oz, which he illustrated
  • The Streets of Ankh-Morpork, the first of the Discworld Mapps, and I believe the only one I didn't yet own
  • The DS version of Chrono Trigger, which includes a poster
  • Separated by Birth, the first album by Vermillion Lies
  • Noble Hatch, by Amy Miles
  • I'm Lonely (and I Love It), by Future Bible Heroes
  • Coat of Many Cupboards, the XTC box set
  • A DVD of Labyrinth

I'm still not sure when I'm going to exchange presents with my own family. I sent a present to my dad, and went in with my siblings on something for my mom, but I have yet to give anything to my siblings themselves.
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