I’m always a little shocked when New Years comes around. Has another year really gone by? Suddenly there is the “what to do for New Years” pressure again.
To be honest I don’t remember what I did most years. It’s not what you think (okay, maybe it’s a little of what you think … hiccup), it’s just that my memories of different New Years parties over the years have all kind of melded together. Some were amazing, like the time I was at Le P’tit Caribou in Mont Tremblant. Some were terrible, like the year I watched people play Guitar Hero all night in some guys basement. All of them were spent with people who were very important to me at that point in time.
Some of those friendships have stood the test of time, others haven’t, but all of the blurred memories are still cherished.
So today I’m thinking about all the people who have come through my life and changed me in some way. And taking a cup of kindness, for auld lang syne.
White Sangria with Pomegranate
- 1 bottle white wine
- 3 cans 7up or Sprite
- Grand Marnier (I didn’t measure, a few ounces I think)
- Seeds of 1 pomegranate
- slices of two limes
- Pour all ingredients into a punch bowl. Wait for the seeds to float.
Happy New Year!