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Happy New Year's Eve

Well as we close out another year, we are all busy reflecting on this one.  Like every year, this one has not went as planned, but I can look back at this one and be happy.  My marriage grew so much stronger and better than I ever knew marriages could even be.  I am so thankful for that.  My daughter has blossomed into a little girl from a baby, and has developed a sense of independence and has so much joy.  My family has been under one roof for the entire year.  It will be quite a few years until we will be able to say that again. 

This year has definitely been trying at times.  We’ve had our share of sadness and loss.  But we have had an amazing uncle beat colon cancer, meningitis and brain surgery.  Another that recovered from a heart attack.  It has also been full of joy.  Babies born to friends and family, and new marriages have begun.  Time spent with amazing friends.  And new friendships have begun.

This year is one that I look back on with no regret. 

I know that next year we are headed to unfamiliar territory literally and figuratively.  I know that the strength we have will carry us through.  I am excited, anxious, nervous, scared but ready. 

I also want to take the chance to say thank you to all of the wonderful people I have had a chance to meet from this blog.  So many of you have become good friends even if we have never actually met.  Thank you for being there in the hard times.  Thank you for the support when I feel like I am the only one having a hard time with something.  And thank you for making me smile.

I wish everyone a happy and prosperous 2010.  I hope that we can all grow stronger in love and remember to laugh a little bit more.   Be safe, and I will see you next year  🙂


December 31, 2009 at 3:24 pm Leave a comment

Hangover Friday

Well I was going to sit down and write up a few posts yesterday, but instead my best friend came over.  So we had pierogies, drank too much wine, and watched Big Love.  And boy am I feeling it today.  But it was completely worth it, and we both needed it.  Getting ready this morning took about double the time it normally does.

Im hoping that some greasy Burger King breakfast will make it better.  Ehh… well at least its Friday 😀

April 3, 2009 at 8:02 am 4 comments

"Be a rainbow in someone else's cloud." - Maya Angelou

"I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel" - Maya Angelou