Saturday, January 1, 2011

So long, 2010!

Just for the record, last night was my best New Year's Eve yet. I think my streak of bad NYEs might be at an end.

Before we proceed with the beautiful, sparkling possibilities that are 2011, we have to take a moment to pay tribute to an awesome 2010. This past year was a challenging and wonderful year. Here's a look at it:

January 2010
Tobi's chapter of Alpha Xi Delta was installed!

Jake started his last semester at SJSU.

February 2010
We partied it up at Alpha Xi Delta's Colony Ball.

March 2010
Tobi got her first and final "little sister", Jessie.

We celebrated Tobi's 22nd birthday.

We went on an amazing Spring Break trip to Las Vegas and Hoover Dam with our best friends.

April 2010
Tobi traveled to Florida and Washington D.C. for Alpha Xi Delta.

May 2010
We celebrated our upcoming wedding with a bridal shower, bachelorette party, couple's shower and bachelor party.

We went to Jake's last Pledge Dance for Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Jake surprised Tobi with a beautiful Legacy Pin as her wedding present.

Jake Graduated from SJSU with a degree in Business Management!

June 2010
We tied the knot in Knightsen, California with 170 of our most beloved friends and family!

We honeymooned in Cambria and enjoyed the fresh coastal air, champagne and a private jacuzzi.

July 2010
We welcomed friends over to our place for the first time with our first housewarming party.

We celebrated our first "monthiversary" back in Cambria.

August 2010
Tobi started her last year of school at SJSU.

September 2010
Tobi went through her first (and last) formal recruitment with her chapter.

We celebrated Jake's 23rd birthday with a retro surf party.

October 2010
We walked to raise money for AIDs.

We celebrated Halloween!

November 2010
We had a great Thanksgiving in Southern California.

December 2010
We had an early Christmas with the Curtises and a regular one with the Richards.

Tobi had her first New Year's Eve kiss and we enjoyed a fun night of champaign cocktails and pinochle.

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