Out With the Old

Happy New Year!

I can’t believe it’s already 2012! It feels like this year flew by, despite how insane and life changing it had been. I’m going to do my 2012 goals post later this week but to kick off the new year right, I decided to share some great pics from my holidays. Being somewhere completely different than your hometown for Christmas is always an odd feeling but we had so much fun having friends over, cooking, and eating A LOT.

We had visits from some of our favorite friends, here is a little bit of a chronicle of our holiday, from Thanksgiving to Christmas…

I had such a fun time with my friends and family. My cousin, who also is a butcher, roasted a real pig on a real spit! Jeremy and I also continued our homemade marshmallow tradition, thanks Martha for this: recipe, try it and the longer you let them set out the better they taste! It’s simple to make and it’s REALLY impressive. You can add flavors and colors too.

I hope you all had a happy and safe New Years celebration. I watched a lot of Twilight Zone with Jeremy while we both enjoyed Thai food from the swanky place that we usually don’t order from. It’s only going to be 2012 once!


One thought on “Out With the Old

  1. Thought your horoscope might be inspiring… if you can figure out what this means for you. From freewillastrology.com

    Cancer Horoscope for week of December 29, 2011

    Terrence Malick’s Tree of Life is an ambitious work that deviates from formulaic approaches to film-making. Some observers hated its experimental invocation of big ideas, while others approved. New York Times critic A.O. Scott compared the movie to Herman Melville’s Moby Dick, one of America’s great works of literature. Here’s what Scott wrote: “Mr. Malick might have been well advised to leave out the dinosaurs and the trip to the afterlife and given us a delicate chronicle of a young man’s struggle with his father and himself. And perhaps Melville should have suppressed his philosophizing impulses and written a lively tale of a whaling voyage.” Using this as a template, Cancerian, I urge you to treat 2012 as a time when you will be like Melville and Malick in your chosen field. Trust your daring, expansive vision.

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