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Happy New Year!

I can't believe it's 2009! We had a fun family New Year's come the pictures:

Started it off with some good music...and some drinks...margarita for meJack and coke for Corbythen some food...queso and chipsbarbecued smokies and meatballsthen some pictures of various family members
Brandon and Corby
me - yes I wore my K-State stocking hat all night!Abby and Muffin wanted in on the action (really, they just wanted food). You can see Cinnamon outside just behind Muffin's head...she of course came in when fireworks started going off...
and then we played Trivial pursuit
a-l-l-l-l-l-l night without a winner...some of those questions are dang tough! But we had a great time, and Corby was hilarious! He doesn't really like to play games - I think the Jack and Coke loosened him up a bit. HA!

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! I hope 2009 treats everyone well...


Lenore said…
Happy New Year! We went over to my friend Roanne's. Great food and fireworks :)
Chris said…
Happy New Year, Linda! I love your scrapbook project, too. Can't wait to see how it turns out. Thanks for your friendship and here's to a happy and healthy 2009!

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