2008!

We made it!

Happy New Year!

Funny old people that we are, we are most content to spend New Year’s Eve at home on the farm. Safe inside and off the roads, we shared some chips and dips, made up some hamburgers from home-ground beef brisket (brisket makes the best hamburger you ever ate!), let the grease, mayonnaise and mustard run down our arms and the onions inch out from the buns, tipped a glass of bubbly at midnight, and kissed one another into the New Year. Oh, and we let off $1 worth of party poppers before falling asleep. Whoopee!

Best to you all in 2008. It’s the only 2008 we’ll have, so let’s make the most of it.

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  1. Well, you celebrated! We went to bed at 9:40, a little later than usual, but we watched a movie and it wasn’t over til then. New Year’s Eve is NOT a holiday we celebrate. Went to a New Year’s Eve party once and it was pretty horrible. That was 38 years ago! I notice it’s snowing on your background and blogpages: however did you do that. It’s way cool.

  2. WordPress did the snow. On the homepage where they have a sidebar column about new things in WordPress, there was one, “Let it snow!” I think, that led you to a little Extra widget you could enable with a click. But they said it’s going away on Jan 2. We tried to prevail on them to continue it until the 6th, but Support has been on holiday and taking no messages apparently. Glad you have enjoyed it, however!

    S.


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