New Year's Eve

January 7, 2010

We had a few couples over to our house to celebrate New Year's Eve. It was nice to not have to brave the cold weather and crowds for once. And we all had so much fun!
Me and Ali with our champagne. This was after a few Miami Vice cocktails that tasted really good, but were deadly.....

The husband and Mo.....their faces crack me up.

The food spread before everyone arrived.

I made these yummy bacon wrapped cocktail sausages. It was a last minute decision but I'm so glad I made them because they turned out so good! The recipe can be found here. I made them in the oven then stuck them in the crock pot to keep warm. We will for sure have these again next time we have a party.


I also made this artichoke dip from a recipe I stole from my mom. Yum. We also had some egg rolls from Costco, but I forgot to take a picture of those.


Most of the night we played games and chatted. We had a blast catching up with each other.


And Wrigley had fun too! He loves it when we have people over to visit.

The girls: Sara, Me, Ali, and Karri.

The boys: Ron, Mo, the husband, and Brett. All the boys (plus Ali) went to college together and are still good friends.

Karri loves Wrigley...and he loves her! She was trying to get him to look at the camera....but he wasn't going for it.

2010 is the year Mo and Ali are getting married!

Mo, Ali, Brett, and Karri spent the night at our house. The next day we got up and went out to breakfast, and then we went bowling! Here is a great action shot of Mo taken by yours truly. Mo did great even without his personalized ball and shoes. Ha!

Me! I lost terribly. I'm a horrible bowler....and I had to use a kids ball because the other ones were way too heavy!

The girls....Ali had a kids ball too. Happy 2010!

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3 Responses to “New Year's Eve”

  1. Looks like you had a Grand time ..

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  2. You're such a great hostess! It looks like you all had a fun time. Very cute pic of you and Ali.....Wrigley needs a bow tie or a at least a party hat!

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  3. Looks like everyone had a great time. I'm glad you have such great friends to celebrate with. The food looks delicious. I copied the recipe.

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