New Year’s Eve 2011
Happy New Year!! Fear not, I have not fallen off the face of the earth
I have to admit, the better part of today has been spent in an entirely lazy state, but if watching 4 hours of House Hunters International and Million Dollar Rooms on HGTV is wrong, then I don’t want to be right.
I did eventually rise from the depths of the comfy, enveloping bed to make Shane and I a New Year’s Day breakfast!
2 eggs, broccoli, mushroom along with a side of organic bacon and a grapefruit that was super juicy and tasty
This was actually my first time eating bacon since I started eating meat again, and I have to say, I don’t really miss it. I didn’t like it too much then, so I’m not sure why I thought I’d like it now. I just don’t get the bacon hysteria!
As I was cleaning up the mess from breakfast, I had the sudden urge to clean the entire house. Instead, I stuck with this confined area:
I’m not sure what came over me, but I purged probably half of the contents of our freezer – including these freezer-burnt black bean brownies:
I made them probably 6 months ago and put them in the freezer directly after taking my first bite and thusly realizing that legumes do not belong in brownies – or any other baked good for that matter. My need to not waste food is apparently stronger than my need for tasty food
And now I’m back in bed But on to what lead me to this little predicament in the first place…
New Year’s Eve 2011
Last night my brother, Destiny, her fiancé Steve all met up at our house for some champagne and pizza. Our plans involved heading to our favorite bar in town – and staying there because they offered a free ride home.
When we’re with this group, it’s always a good time. Last night was no different!
The night was filled with drinks, appetizers, New Year’s games, and loads of fun. I’ll just leave you with some pictures of the night.
Such good times! But I hurt a bit today
Happy New Year!!
OK now I’m going to finish watching House Bunny. It’s ok so far! Have a great day
How was your New Year’s Eve?
Why do we freeze things we know we’ll never end up using?!