Hope everyone's New Year's Eve is going well - we are rather hoping it might be less eventful than last night (no - I didn't trip over again). We were sitting up the back in the garden about to sip on our wine when the car alarm went off - some crazy guys out on the road with a stop sign and a chunk of concrete attacking some poor luckless person. Ian turned the alarm off from inside the house and was thinking about popping out to see if everything was okay when three cop cars with sirens blazing, rocked up and took control. This involved tramping through our garden including standing on the kangaroo paws (fortunately okay afterwards) looking for something - maybe a knife. While this was happening, Grant's neighbour phoned to say Grant's alarm had gone off so Ian had to move venues - all was well. Harley hid in the background not wishing to be noticed but did spend quite a lot of time outside with us. Typical cat loves drinking water in puddles and from the waterlily pots.
Today we have finished loading all the metallic foils and I have created a new foil intro pack. Really love some of the new colours and I am pretty sure we are lucky enough to be the first people to have them. I have written the newsletter and sent it to Ian for tomorrow and we have sanctimoniously vacuumed the car (be clean next time you hop in Jas).
Now I am getting ready to make my panzanella salad to go with the scallops and champagne.
Have a great New Year's Eve everyone - see you in 2012
Glad everything turned out ok Dale--I hope that you and Ian have a great NYE and that 2012 is as good to you as 2011 has been-minus all the yobbo's and their carryings on.
Happy New Year to you Dale and all your family - see you next year :D
You can do without that sort of excitement - glad the police arrived so promptly.
We stopped putting down water for our cat - he always preferred to drink from the pond or birdpath.
Enjoy your celebrations - Happy New Year.
Dale & Ian,
Happy and prosperous 2012 to you both, not a really good New Year celebration. Like the sound of scallops and champagne.
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