Monday, December 15, 2008

Christmasing With Friends

The season partying started with a small fondue party at the Field's house. Even though we are still in the "experimenting" stage, it was delicious and we resolved to do it sooner than next Christmas!
Next came the ward Grinchmas party where we had lots of delicious delicacies from Dr. Suess' book that looked fantastical and tasted fantastic! Though an nontraditional Christmas party, the story of the Grinch reminds us of the most important characteristic of our Savior and God; love.
Then tonight we went on a cruise to see the Christmas lights at Naples for F.H.E. with a group of friends.

The boys loved it!



9 comments:

Trena said...

I just your boys! Isaac's dimple is just too cute! I had a fondue party once and I burned the cheese! Opps!

Amy-Sue and Gian Del Bello said...

Fun times....Enjoy your holidays!!!

LisAway said...

A Grinchmas party? Fun! Super cute pictures, Anne!

Brandon & Sheena said...

I can't wait to see you guys at the reunion! I think the last time you saw me I was like 12! Its going to be so much fun! Woo-hoo!

cari said...

OK you guys are having way too much fun in the LBC. I love to fondue!! Well actually I have only done it at the melting pot but I have two fondue pots and love the idea of fondueing some day at home. Pass on yummy recipes if you have any. Hope you had a great christmas.

sjw said...

Your Grinchmas party sounds like fun - fondue is tasty!! I take it you don't have 3 feet of snow. Lucky.

Jackie said...

I didn't know there was a cruise to see the Christmas lights in Naples! Dang. This Irvine place needs some serious lessons for Long Beach in exciting living!

Anne said...

I wish I could say that this trip was the most exciting thing I've done, however, I think walking around Naples is better because you can actaully see more Christmas lights and closer up. Matt Jones

Anne said...

I wish I could say that this trip was the most exciting thing I've done, however, I think walking around Naples is better because you can actaully see more Christmas lights and closer up. Matt Jones