While at home, I went to only one of the karaoke nights in Lebanon on this trip; if one so chooses, he or she can gallavant around Lebanon on 4 different nights to give a one or 15-song concert. I think karaoke can be really fun, though. I sang my classic "Don't Stop Believin'" at The Old Mill one evening; it's the karaoke song that I sing every time I do karaoke. The problem with karaoke is that I actually have to feel like I'm giving a concert while singing it, and if I think the song is lame or not rockin' enough, well, my performance reflects those sentiments. On to other things, though... I went to various Christmas parties with family and friends, played lots and loads of games, which I loved dearly but between all the Monopoly, Catch Phrase (I may actually be confusing these games with Thanksgiving's festivities), Christmas Vacation Trivia and Wheel of Fortune (not to mention the sound of the Yahtzee dice), I am ready to refuel with the free 10 HBO movie channels I'm currently receiving at my apartment. Oh, did I mention that I'm the 1st Annual G. Family Christmas Ping Pong Tournament Champion (played on the court of my sis-in-law's new pong table from Bran)? That's right, I beat the sis-in-law, the mother, the brother and the dad...all I can say is, I didn't go to college for nothing! I'll be ready for some games in another week or so, though. Scrabble anyone? Here are some depictions of my lovely time in Leb for a couple of weeks:
Mom and I snapping shots of our Christmas Eve attire.
Here we have Jug and Tristo playing an epic game of Jenga (a game during which I was merely a spectator). Apparently, they were breaking some Guinness Book record for highest Jenga tower....I think it feel on the 33rd or 34th level.
My 3 lovely aunts, mother, and the one who makes all the magic happen, Granny. I love this picture!
Dually dubbed the Best Action Shot and Game Face of 2009...that's my big brother there. :-)Answer me this: If each time that you sang karaoke you were required to sing the same song, which one would it be?