Guest Banana: Romantic New Years Playlist by Michelle

I’ve asked some Guest Bananas to help me out over this holiday week so I could take a little break from the blog (my first in over a year and a half, yikes!) Today features totally fantastic blogger extraordinaire, Michelle Peters (no relation) from So Wonderful, So Marvelous. Thanks, Michelle!


Why hello there Crazy Bananas peeps!  My name is Michelle and I blog at So Wonderful, So Marvelous.  I met Megan through an online Alt class this summer and was instantly smitten with her blog… well, you’re here, so you know already the depths of her awesomeness.   Turns out we both have Tates the same age, mine is the female variety.  Needless to say, I’ve been hooked ever since and I am THRILLED about her new adventure with Design for Minikind, they are lucky to have her.  This summer Megan and Trent were kind enough to share their marriage thoughts on my blog, so when Megan asked if I’d like to post for you, I jumped at the chance. 

My husband and I had a rocky start to our New Year celebrating.  It involved him vacating the contents of his stomach into my sink after too much drinking.  It was not pretty.  After that first highly disastrous celebration, we decided that we would start staying home.  Our tradition has evolved a bit now that we have kids, but it usually involves a fancy dinner, most often fondue, champagne and spending time cuddled up on the couch.  If we make it to New Year’s Rockin’ Eve, we’re lucky.  {Toddlers are early risers!} 

I thought I’d use Megan’s space to share with you a great, romantic, stay in for New Year playlist.  Maybe you’ll stay in too?

  • Wicked Way – Ben Taylor
  • You’re What I’m Looking For – Rooney
  • Sort Of – Ingrid Michaelson
  • Collide – Howie Day
  • Fade Into You – Mazzy Star
  • Sweet Thing – Van Morrison
  • Something – The Beatles
  • A Thousand Years – Christina Perri
  • I Will Follow You Into The Dark – Death Cab For Cutie
  • With or Without You – U2
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