Friday, January 01, 2010

HAPPY NEW YEAR 2010!!??!!

I cant believe it is the year 2010! Doesn't that seem crazy? While most folks were ringing in the New Year in some festive fashion, I worked the night shift in ICU where the combination of a Blue Full Moon & New Year's eve parties brought all the crazies & non-compliant folks out to the hospital! Half of them ended up in my department.

Any who...I made it through the night and home for a few hours sleep. We had a traditional Southern New Year's Day dinner....Baked ham, black eye peas, mustard greens & cornbread. Desert was baked apple pie & ice cream & mama made a FANTABULOUS chocolate cake.

So now we have our good luck & prosperity for the new year. What about yall?


Anonymous said...

Happy New Year, Tina.

I read your goals at Revee's blog. Good luck in 2010.

Love, Debbi

RiverBend Farm said...

I do remember some of those nights of the full moon, let alone a blue moon! You're right, you get a different kind of clientel in. Hope you all have a safe and Happy New Year,

Reviekat said...

Happy New Years, Tina! Sounds like you had an interesting way to ring in the new year. The girls were out several times throughout the night looking for the blue moon. They were both disappointed that it actually wasn't blue. :)

I hope you and your family have a wonderful 2010!

Sparky said...

Sorry I missed your post 'til today!

We were outside at a cookout with loads of friends for the 'blue moon'. The moon was lovely dancing amoungst the clouds. I'm glad I don't have to eat mustard greens for good luck. [yuck] [ha ha]

Happy New Year Y'all! Don't work too hard. :)

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year Tina! Wishing you and your family good health, much happiness, propsperity and alot of Love for 2010. xx

Sandra said...

Happy New Year Tina :) I've missed your posts.

Jen said...

Had our black eyed peas and turnip greens! Hoping it works this year! You asked about my workout...we got the Wii Fit for Christmas and I designed my own routine with it...and we got our treadmill so I walk about 30 minutes a day as well. And the most important...I'm not going to drink wine every night..hoping I can take away un needed calories...just trying to get healthy! Happy New Year!