An evening full of promises
THE STORY OF A
HAPPY NEW YEAR'S EVE.
First reunion, the cold is intense, night fell a few hours ago, the guests arrive one by one, the festive spirit is growing. The champagne is chilled, the guests are nice and warm, delighted to be where they are especially when the world around us is not the most radiant.
The evening settles in, the “pop” of the champagne cork bursts like the three blows in the theatre announcing the start of the festivities. A toast to a brighter future. Conversations become livelier, everyone talking about what they have done over the past year, the children pick what they want from the selection of sweet snacks, the candles flicker, the table is set and all that is left is for the guests to be seated.
Dinner time has come, everyone is looking for their place, we separate the couples who have had plenty of time to enjoy each other’s company this year in particular. The champagne bubbles gently release in the glasses. The conversations are intermingled, sometimes confused, but God bless these casual exchanges.
OUR LIVELY AND
The evening settles in with delight, the year has separated families and friends but never has the bond been so strong. Everything seems more intense, exacerbated. It must be said that there are entire months to catch up on, so we don’t deprive ourselves, we heckle each other, we express how much we have missed one another, we exchange anecdotes that punctuated this very special year and we even laugh about it.
your heart feels as light as a champagne bubble!
THE GUESTS ARE
IN FULL SWING.
The atmosphere has found its cruising rhythm, nothing but a good mood reign. The gourmet scents tickle our nostrils, the dishes follow one another with joy and the champagne sublimates them like never before. The children are not sleepy, they’re looking forward to dessert.
AND IN CONCLUSION...
The holiday spirit is at its peak. The long-awaited dessert makes its way to the table, a sweet conclusion and the promise of a sweeter year, we hope. The bubbles continue to fizz, the evening passes slowly, the excitement slowly fades away. Who wants to go home? No one. Although we must. But, tomorrow is another day.
Never before has the holiday season been as important as it is this year. Let us make the most of this enchanted parenthesis and let’s not let this year 2020 have the last word in the story. We wish you a wonderful holiday season full of freedom, happiness and optimism.
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