Three families in our small neighborhood coordinated a progressive dinner last Saturday. Being that we were free, we got to join them. We started off at one house with appetizer. After about an hour, we walked to another house for a fondue dinner. Fondue dinner is perfect for parties. It's very fun to eat slowly... and talk in between putting food in the mouth. We also played Wii, where Paul beat all in dancing! Believe me I'm telling the truth! Anyway, after our tummies digested part of the Teriyaki beef we had in fondue, we were ready for dessert. It was time to climb the hill where the house of our new neighbor couple moved in a few months ago. By the time we were ready to leave for the "dessert" house, it was already snowing hard. It suddenly felt like December. We walk to the hill during the snowfall. When we got to the house, I smelled coffee. I was happy. I was ready for it the moment the snow flakes touched my hair. We were also surprised to see candles on a German chocolate cake on their dinner table. Paul had a surprise birthday bash that night. So nice of them to do that. I got to have coffee and chocolate cake that night. How nice was that! It was already 11:30 when we got home. Surprisingly, Izzy was so awake and was a great party-er.
Us and our neighbors at the third house...
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