Reminder!

Just a reminder that my Housewarming Party is this Saturday! And your potluck dish is due by this Thursday.

Here is all the information again if you need it:

*make a dish and post the recipe on your blog(appetizers, main dishes, sides, desserts, even drinks!¢â¬¦your choice). If you don¢â¬â„¢t have a blog and would still like to participate you can email me a recipe and a picture(if you have one)
*tell in the write up why you are “bringing” that dish
*give your name, name of your blog(and your URL) and the name of the dish(and a link to the dish)

I will host my Housewarming Party on Saturday, December 8th. The deadline to “bring” your dish is Thursday, December 6th,  midnight Pacific Standard Time.  If you would like to “come” to the party please email your dish to luvbriere at gmail dot com. Hope to “see” you there!

Also just remember that I need you to email me. I noticed a couple people that posted a housewarming dish but never emailed me. I need you do email me to make sure that I get it!!!

As you can see from above, we got our first snow of the season(and possibly the last, snow doesn’t happen that often in these parts). I love snow, especially when I don’t have to drive in it and all I have to do is take my dog for a walk in it.

Comments

  1. Snow! Your house is so beautiful and Christmasy looking. :)

  2. Wasn’t the snow incredible! We loved it. Took the bus downtown to Pike Market for dinner. Waited 50 minutes for another bus home. Bus let us off about 1.5 miles from the house because he couldn’t do the hill! Beautiful walk home!

  3. Looking forward to “attending” your party!! :0)

    The picture of your home and the first snowfall is quite charming – the first snowfall here in expected to arrive tomorrow, full-force. eek!

  4. i know!!! i have been wracking my brain, trying to figure out what i should bring!

  5. We just got our first snowfall too, Peabody! That first photo is so homey :)

  6. I just sent you an email with my recipe.

    We got our first snow last night. It warmed up a bit today and the snow turned to freezing rain. All the beautiful snow melted.

  7. Your house looks so great with snow! Love the hockey coat for the dog :)
    Sent my e-mail today for my dish. Hope you got it.
    Looking forward to a big party. Can’t wait to ‘see’ your new home.

  8. Your house looks so purty!

    Thanks for the reminder. Yes, I’m one of those people.

  9. OH WOW!!! That is just as I imagined it would look when I attend that party of yours. I hope the snow lasts till I get there………..I have a loooong way to travel!! Will mail my dish on time! Colleen in South Africa xx

  10. I figured out what I’m bringing. Fabulous picture–it reminds me of the first snow when I lived in Illinois.

  11. OMG!!! How beautiful is your house!!??!!! I LOVE snow (when I don’t have to drive or live long-term in it). :)

    I WILL make something for the party. If there is anything I can’t stand it’s missing a party.

  12. your house looks soo pretty adorned with snow!! i wish i was actually in the states right now so i could make something to bring to the potluck, but i don’t get back home in time. i can’t wait to see what everyone has prepared.

  13. What a cool idea for a blog event! Your house is beautiful and I’m sure you must be warm and cozy inside. Unfortunately, I can’t get it together in time to bring a dish for the housewarming, but have a great time! ; )

  14. your snow pictures have little spots like mine too! (i thought i did something wrong or there was snow on the camera) i like them they are pretty, i think it is light on the snowflakes? hope you did not get any flooding.

  15. I sent mine in! I hope you got it. And your house is even prettier in the snow!

  16. I’m in love with your house!

  17. Your house looks like a gingerbread house, but real!

  18. Congratulations on your new home. I wish you and your family great health and happiness in your new home.

    Your cocker spaniel looks quite happy to be outside in the snow.

    Sheltie Girl @ Gluten A Go Go

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