Sunday, December 30, 2012

snacking in the new year...
























Do you stay in or go out on New Year's Eve?

Usually, I prefer being home in casual clothes and lots of snacks.

This year, I will be going out to a friend's black and white party. It's the kind of thing that I love watching from a distance and thinking to myself, "I bet those people are having a blast." But faced with the idea of actually attending, I think "Does this require long pants and a tucked in shirt?"

Well, I am venturing outside my comfort zone and not only am I donning long pants and a tucked in shirt, but there will also be a bow tie, a jacket and a mask of some kind. Oh, and shiny shoes. Apparently, people that fit you for clothes that require the above things frown upon non-shiny shoes. I tried.

I look forward to seeing friends I have missed all year and snacks.

Even if you're not throwing a bash, or attending one, there's no reasons to skimp on the snacks. With that in mind, here are a few bites that can assist in ringing in the New Year: SNACKS from food52

Also, I want to Thank You All for being such a big and positive part of my 2012. 

I'm fortunate to be able to do what I love for a job. Having people respond to it, and getting the chance to hear from and interact with them, is a huge and awesome privilege.

Thank You for making my 2012 so incredibly swell.

I hope that the NEW YEAR is Happy, Healthy and Everything Your Heart Desires!

Go Forth and Design Fun.
-angelo

2 comments:

Dawn F said...

Happy New Year to you, Angelo! Thank you for sharing your life and designs with us! Still miss seeing you on TV... Enjoy your fancy evening out - it's always good for us to step out of our comfort boxes once in a while! Take pictures and share! xoxo

dstoutholcomb said...

Happy New Year! You'll look dapper and debonair. Have fun!

So wonderful to have shared a "moment in time" with you this past year. Forever linked in :30 of film/video tape. lol.

We'll watch the ball drop with the "Rockin' New Year's" telecast--our annual tradition. Kids want pancakes for dinner, so that's what I'll make. Bacon and eggs, too.

I'll spend the 1st taking down the decorations I put up at the hospital on Black Friday. 12 hours to decorate an entire hospital and 4 hours to take it down.

Here's to a fabulous 2013!

....................... Related Posts with Thumbnails