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My New Years Eve...

1.07.2010

The boyfriend and I had our New Years Eve all planned out...


We woke up early and drove to the mountain! SNOWBOARDING! The roads were really snowy and we finally had to chain up for the first time this season. After a much longer trip than usual, we had arrived. Only to realized that the rain had never turned to snow. As we sat in the car, the rain came pouring down more and more. After a short snowball fight in the parking lot we realized that the rain wasnt going to turn in to snow any time soon, and we headed home. Such a bummer.
Outside my apartment building.
So gangsta.

Playin in the car hoping the rain will
turn into snow.



But...things looked up when it was time for our NYE festivities!!! We went to the store and dropped a buncha cash on tons of yummy food and booze! Then it was back to my cozy apartment for the HARRY POTTER MARATHON! Yay! It was really really fun. New years, to me, is always a let down. There is so much build up but its so often a disappointment. So we decided to stay in this year. I didnt get all dolled up. I didnt stress about what to wear. I didnt put on my makeup. I got in my sweats ate way too much food and fully relaxed! I was thrilled with the way it all turned out. I had so so so much fun just cuddling with my best friend at midnight.
Right after our New Years kiss.
First photo of the 2010.



I couldnt have had a better NYE. 
How was your night?


3 comments:

  1. glad you enjoyed yourself. i love the last picture. i had fun as well :)

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  2. Y'all are SO cute :)

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  3. You and your boyfriend are the cutest!
    :D

    <3 Grace.

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