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Monday, January 02, 2012

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Nebraska Knitter

The photo is beautiful and goes well with the quote. Here's to 2012!

Manise

I too am hopeful for a much better year. Always hopeful...... and may be there happiness and peace too.

Hoping your post-op recovery is progressing well.

Jo Morgan

The quote so captured the spirit of a new year! I love the idea of something done daily--it seems that it might help keep focus on one's resolves. The photograph is beautiful. Did you take it? Hugs, Jo

Kathleen

2011 was a challenging year for my family. I woke up yesterday morning energized by the clean slate ahead. And, I intend to take advantage of it. The past is past; I'm moving foward.

monica

Happy New Year!!

margene

It feels good to have a new beginning and to share it with good friends both far and near. Happy New Year, dear friend.

Cheryl S.

May your 2012 journey be as wonderful as you wish it to be.

Carole

The best thing about January 1 is that feeling of getting a fresh start. Here's to lots of fun in 2012!

Laurie

I do love the feeling that newness is here, and the slate is clean! Hope you had a wonderful holiday, with better and better recovery.

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