Last year, my parents got Steve a pasta attachment for Christmas. He tried it out a week later at our New Year's Eve party, successfully making two different kinds of delicious fresh pasta. Other than the pasta, our NYE was pretty much the same as it always is: great friends, lots of board games, and watching the ball drop at midnight. It's my favorite way to ring in the New Year.
We won't be hosting NYE this year. In fact, our NYE is going to be as different from our usual routine as possible. It'll be just the three of us, at a place we've never been, with nobody that we know, yet plenty of people around us. (No, definitely not Times Square. You couldn't pay me to deal with that kind of crowds. There will be a lot fewer people around us that than, and I'm guessing many of them will be quite a bit shorter than me.) I've been working on our outfits, which feature some new-to-me Plaid products (affiliate link). Any guesses where we'll be? I don't think any of you will guess in a million years and I'm not telling until after the big night!
Hmmmmm... you have me curious for sure -- shorter than you??? You are shorter than me, so I am thinking kids would be shorter than you ... and add GLOW paint to that secrecy --- hmmmmmmmm I can't wait to hear what this is all about! Loving your page! Great photos and colors!!!ReplyDelete
You are correct in that kids are (usually) shorter than me.Delete
The deRosiers are going to a rave??!!ReplyDelete
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!Delete
I guess the deRosiers are going to make some kids very happy on NYE. :)ReplyDelete