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New Year's Eve 2009 PJs and a Camera

Well, New Year's Eve for us was pretty low-key. We were in or PJs by 7 pm. Jason made dinner:  roasted potatoes, green beans with red bell peppers, and an orange sauce for our Quorn patties. We did eat properly at the table at least.

After dinner, Jason played with the camera taking pictures of the maniacs (aka Maddie and Heath) before parking it on the couch with the maniacs where we listened to music and chatted until midnight. Heath is in the first picture. We adopted him from the Okie Dokie Cocker Rescue and Maddie is the Black & White parti was adopted from Dallas/Ft. Worth Cocker Rescue.




Oh, and Jason continued to take pictures playing around with the new remote for the camera (notice the remote in his hand) that we got for Christmas courtesy of my dad and step-mother.


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  1. Your canine children are adorable. We had cockers growing up, so I am partial to the breed too.

    Thanks for mentioning your camera remote. Mine has one and I have never used it. I should play around with it.

    Glad you had a nice NYE.

    Alicia

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  2. aw your dog is a cutie! And dinner sounded delicious.

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  3. Alicia I'm definitely partial to them too!

    Dani I think they're pretty darn cute too. LOL. Dinner was good too, especially since my husband made it!

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  4. Such a beautiful family! :)

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