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Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Holiday Jubilee

Friday night Joe and I went to his work Christmas party. We got all dolled up and had a great night!! Sadly this was our last Christmas party of 08. Oh well, it was fun while it lasted. Since we are staying in AZ for Christmas I need to figure out how to make the day special for us. Number one on the list will be a breakfast casserole and cinnamon rolls (stole this tradition from my Mom!!). I've never made cinnamon rolls from scratch so who knows, maybe I'll go out on a limb and try this year!! Joe's sister is having an open house so I'm sure we'll go over there to see her and the kids. Next on the list will be......well I can't think of anything yet, but we do have Suns tickets for Christmas day. It seems weird to me to go to a sporting event on Christmas day, but what the heck, this year is all about creativity:) I'm sure we'll also throw in a few movies, lots of eating and more visits to Joe's family for our Christmas Jubilee:)

5 comments:

Jilynn said...

Looks like a fun party! I think i'm going to try homemade cinnamon rolls this year too. I'm going to try to go to a class on it (it's free) Sat. at 10 if you want to join me at Shar's cooking store. Let me know if you want to come. I know some people are probably thinking i'm lame for going to a class for it but I like to see someone do it first!

Jenny Knudsen said...

Good luck on the cinnamon rolls. The best I do is pillsbury out of a canister. We had a lot of fun at the party with you guys. Hope you have a fun Christmas and we'll have to have you over sometime. :o)

Leslie said...

AWWWW!! I love the pic!! I think I'm totally going to make cinnamon rolls in the morning too!! Breakfast casserole? Please do tell....love you.

The Brown Family said...

you look so pretty! i think our christmas festivities should include a GNO at Oregano's!!!

Mom said...

WOW you are beautiful. I miss you so much and Christmas won't be the same without you both. Merry Christmas my lovely daughter.