I could never imagine when I was a kid being older and certainly not living in the "2000's". I couldn't wrap my head around that. And yet, here we are, the first day of 2013 is nearly done.
The day has been quite pleasant. My family and I (all three kids, husband and I) went to see Les Miserables - which I highly recommend. The acting was great, the film very well done, and everyone enjoyed seeing it. We then came home to a traditional New Year's meal of ham, collard greens, and black-eyed peas. I don't know if it will bring all the money, luck and progress it symbolizes - but it can't hurt! The best part of the day was then going to my brother's house and visiting with his daughter and family who are in town for a few days. They live in Bolivia - so seeing them once a year is a treat.
I'm looking forward to 2013 and all that it will bring. Let's have some fun with it!
Labels: 2013, black-eyed peas, Bolivia, collard greens, ham, Les Miserables, traditional New Year's meal