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Thursday, January 1, 2009

May All of You Have Enough This Next Year

Let me be perfectly honest...New Years has never engendered a rah rah rush of exuberance and celebration for me....Nope, we don't watch the New York Times' countdown on New Year's Eve.  We don't set off fireworks or fire crackers.  There is no kissing and hugging of strangers at parties or bars.  We are civilized people!  We go to a friend's house eat a lot of food and  toast the New Year at midnight  Eastern Time (we live in the Central Time Zone).  Did I say civilized?  I meant to say we are men and women of a certain age!  We ring the New Year in a little early! 

But here we are on New Year's Day, it's a very cold morning, the sun is up and I want to say a few things to you, my  dear blogging friends~~ 

 This has been a year of wonderful experiences, new friendships, new endeavors, deepening of  understandings and even loss. It has been an adventure!  Thank you for joining me on part of the ride...knowing you has enriched my life beyond words.

Happy New Year.


Winter 
 
Spring 

Summer

Fall


Warmest thoughts of you today!  Here's to having enough for this new  year!  Enough love, enough time, enough money, enough food, enough rest, enough play, enough rain, enough good health, enough garden time, enough friends, enough fulfillment........enough and maybe a little bit more!

Gail

95 comments:

  1. Have a great 2009, as we start the gardening cycle over again. I hope you have many more blue sky days (with some puffy white clouds thrown in for enough rain.)

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  2. Yeah, we are people of a certain age as well, we made it to 10 last night, that's late for us. We always have a fireworks show for the children, okay me! I think of them as flowers in the sky!

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  3. Oh, Gail. That's such a sweet thing to say. I hope you have a wonderful New Year and I'm so glad I found your blog. It enriches my life in so many ways. Best wishes to you--Randy

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  4. Hi Gail, what a wonderful peaceful new year's post. I love the sky photos, the difference in the quality of the light is amazing through the seasons. I hope the best for you and yours in this new year and look forward to seeing our friendship grow even more!
    Frances

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  5. Happy New Year Gail, and such a lovely post, "enough" is good.
    So glad I found you and Clay and Limestone in 2008.
    Warm regards
    K

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  6. Happy New Year, Gail. That's a lovely post - and a fitting start to what I hope will be a wonderful year for you and yours. All the best.

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  7. Hi Gail.....I love the photos of the changing seasons......beautifully done....

    New Year for me has always been a quiet affair.....I like to reflect on what has happened, what may be in the future......and where I am now.......

    It is a pleasure to get to know you and your beautiful garden....I look forward to 2009 and seeing your garden grow.......

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  8. Northern Shade,

    Now that is a great wish...I hope you have lots of beautiful days and that your last frost date is earlier than ever this year! ....as a treat not climate change! gail

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  9. Dear Frances, Sometimes it takes a photo to clearly demonstrate what we feel emotionally and physically...the changes in light level, intensity and color are astounding! I love the sunrises and sunsets of winter but the emerging green of spring and the intense October blue skies are gorgeous.

    Me, too Frances! This year is going to bring some highway miles to our cars as we zip over the mountain for visits!

    Happiest of New Years to you and your beautiful family.

    gail

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  10. Darla,

    We made it to midnight this year...just barely! I bet the kids love the fireworks...me, I love the quiet time with a few good friends and waking up refreshed and ready to hit the New Year running!

    Happy New Year Darla...

    Gail

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  11. Randy, Now that is a sweet thing you've said! Thank you! I am glad we found each others' blogs...we need to thank Phillip! Happy New year to you both...I hope you have a wonderful year!

    gail

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  12. Diana,

    Happy New Year to you and your family! I do hope you are planning to make Spring Fling this year! Won't it be fun to see old friends and meet new ones! Thank you, btw!

    Gail

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  13. Karen,

    Thank you...I am glad I found your blog, too. Enough is enough for me! Glad you like it, too! Take care and Happy New year! Your new blog is coming along wonderfully. All the best, gail

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  14. Dear Cheryl,

    I love them, too...thank you! They seemed fitting for the New Year! I am so glad that Rose and Beckie introduced us! What a delight to meet a 'kindred spirit' in gardening. Do you find that your best reflection happens in the garden or when you're walking? That is when I find myself...or really go to my center and stay with myself...it is my meditation time.

    Happy New Year....I can't wait to see what this new year brings us and what we bring to this new year.

    gail

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  16. "Enough" ~ what a great new mantra for us to adopt Gail. Not too much, not too little, enough. Perfect. I love it. Cheers to that.
    And thanks from me to you for sharing your beautiful C&L garden with all of us in 2008. Even tho I've never met you, I see your giving, beautiful spirit shining thru in all your thoughtful posts and comments. I'm so glad you ventured into blogland. Happy New Year.

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  17. marmee said...
    hear, hear, i totally agree to having enough. sometimes it is in our own perspective of whether we think we have enough. i am determined this year to be quite content. hope you will have a wonderful new year and enjoy life to the fullest.

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  18. Same good wishes to you for a great new year, Gail. Sounds like your New Year's Eve was very similar to ours.

    Jan
    Always Growing

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  19. Gail, you and I must be of the same age! Although I didn't go anywhere last night and was in bed with baby boy by 9pm...yeah I'm a lot of fun, lol!

    I hope you have a wonderful and blessed New Year, I enjoy you blog very much and can't wait to see what you come up with this year! Kim

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  20. I'm looking forward to blogging away the new year with you, Gail.
    Donna

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  21. Donna,

    I love that...it was a treat to meet you this year...let's try to all get together again! Happy New year!

    Gail

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  22. Happy New Year, Gail!
    We were asleep, but we were woken by the booms of fireworks over the bay. Lots of people could be heard whooping it up. I sounded very fun. The New Years morning had another sound, that of the ships horns in the fog. That was a wonderful way to start the New Year!
    Best wishes to you,
    Philip

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  23. Dear KIm/Inadvertent,

    I can't wait to find out what I come up with either! Seriously, thank you...I have thoroughly enjoyed your blog and can't wait to see what your animals do this new year to entertain us! Regarding our ages;) I am past the having babies age and that is all I am sharing!

    Happy New Year and may your life be filled with love and goodness this year!

    gail

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  24. marmee,

    Thank you! I think enough is perfect for me and enough is always personal; it's rather like doing one's best every day....best and enough aren't set in stone!

    I hope your year is sweet and filled with love.

    Gail

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  25. Phillip,

    You have created a wonderful image filled with sound and celebration! Thank you...that is a nice way to start the day! Happy happy New Year!

    gail

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  26. Jan/Always,


    We are apparently the good times people! We know how to have a good time! I do hope you have a wonderful year! gail

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  27. Kathleen,

    You are truly a gift to this blogger! Thank you for being so delightfully fun to visit and for the sweetest comments...ever! I am tickled that you like 'enough'...It really is my resolution this year...To allow myself to have enough and fully enjoy the enough I have! Happy New year and I wish you all the best and may you always have enough. gail

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  28. Happy New Year Gail!

    I have to admit that our New Year celebration is much like yours. Although we did sip a couple glasses of sparkling wine. We went to bed after the ball dropped in the Eastern Time Zone. Yep, we're pretty civilized too! ;)

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  29. Tina,

    Thank you! I do wish you the very best year!

    gail

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  30. Dave,

    Thank goodness for civilized behavior! ...and thank goodness for Eastern Time! Happy New Year to you and I hope you have a bountiful year in the garden and a year filled with sweet memories and love.

    gail

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  31. Well Gail, New Year was no different for us here. We were all awake chatting normally among family as if it was just another then and the temple bell nearby reminded us it was 12:00 a.m. and yet another year has begun in the English Calender! We wished all our friends and family a happy new year and fell into our bed, soon enveloped by darkness, waiting for the morning sun to light our lives up again.

    BTW, the seasons photos are beautiful.

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  32. My hubby and I are in our early 30's and while the neighbors fireworks were going we were grumbling that we wanted to sleep, lol!

    "Enough" is a wonderful wish. Enough to be content. Reminds me of one of my favourite books "Your Money Or Your Life".

    Amy

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  33. Happy New Year Gail to you & your family!!! May 2009 bring you everything your heart desires. It's been a wonderful experience getting to know you through your blog. :)

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  34. Gail,

    What a wonderful way to toast the New Year!

    What a wonderful toast of wishes back to all of us readers!

    May you have peace, joy, and lots and lots of flowers in 2009.

    Cameron

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  35. Oh Gail, I just can't hardly get enough of your blog. I do wish you the best of enough too.

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  36. A very good New Year to you too, Gail :-)

    We stayed up for the ‘bells’ and had family popping in just after to ‘first foot’ us ;-) New Year is observed in Scotland with Hogmanay (New Year’s Eve) having its own traditions too. The further North you go the more seriously it is taken in too! We are roughly in the middle of the country so we can take it as we please ;-)

    Enough… what a wonderful sentiment! I’ll think of your post when I hear it used throughout the year. At the moment I’ll have enough of the good health please… my usual good health has been hit and it shows how much we can take it for granted. My thoughts have gone out to those suffering day in and day out especially at this time of year.

    Wishing you and yours ‘All the best’ for 2009 with enough for all you need… and a little extra on top ;-)

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  37. Happy 2009 Gail! Beautiful photos. And it is true that we enrich each other with our experiences, comments and helpful hints. It is truly an unusual experience; having "friends" without ever having met them! :-)

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  38. Love the time lapse
    Happy New Year!
    H.
    P.S. Let me know if you want to write a garden mission statement for your garden. I'll collecting them for 2009...see my most recent post at www.GardeningWithConfidence.com
    Everyone's garden mission statement is welcome. Also include city, state, and zone.

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  39. Dear Gail.......Most of my meditations are done in the garden. In the summer I will sit under the old apple tree.......and just be......
    I walked the garden today and managed to do some clearing......I can drift away quite easily now......when I go back into the house my mind is clear and my heart lighter......

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  40. Cheryl,

    Thank you for answering my question...garden time really is a clearing out exercise!

    Gail

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  41. Helen, That sounds like a good idea...I have always thought that I have an underlying one at Clay and Limestone! Happy New year! gail

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  42. Happy New Year Gail.
    We always go to my parents and play cards - three generations. It always is fun and we have a real laugh. 5 mins before the New Year we put on the TV to see Big Ben and the firework display. All very civilised!

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  43. hey Shady,

    Happy new year...you all are important folks in my life...sometimes it's hard to explain to a non blogger!
    Like penpals of generations long ago!

    Gail

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  44. Helen/PatientG,

    I am all for civilized celebrations...yours sounds lovely and appropriate with the generations present! happy, happy New year!

    gail

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  45. Shirl,

    Thank you for the wishes, they are gratefully received and the explanation of Hogmanay...although 'first foot' really eludes me! But google will be busy as I look it up! Whenever a commenter says they are thinking about something I've written, it makes me smile! So thank you for the smile! I hope you start feeling better and have a very Happy Hogmanay! The best to you!

    Gail

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  46. Cameron,

    Thank you...It has been a joy to meet you and spend time with you in your garden...it is a beautiful garden.

    Happiest New Year to you and The Musician! May you have enough, but fewer deer!

    Gail

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  47. Lisa,

    You are cracking me up...Enough, I might fall off my chair! Have a wonderful 2009! gail

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  48. Racquel,

    Hi and happy new year...It has been a delight to meet you, too! This blogging is too wonderful. All the best to you! gail

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  49. Amy,

    Hi...we could here the fireworks going off around us but as the children get older there are fewer kabooms! I haven't read that book but I might be giving it a look! happy happy New year! gail

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  50. Chandramouli, Happy New Year! It is so easy to forget that other cultures have a different calendar. It is wonderful to feel connected to folks all over the world who have lives different, yet, similar to our own...spending time with loving families around the dinner table. Gail

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  51. What a beautifully written post! I didn't read your 51 comments, though. ;o) We had some big fireworks go off last night, but they just jarred me, and at first I thought it was a gun, but then I remembered it must be midnight, and I rolled over and went back to sleep, barely aware of them going off I don't know how long.

    Happy New Year to you, too and may you have enough as well.

    Sue

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  52. Happy New Year Gail!

    It's cold here too - it hasn't got above zero degrees centigrade (32 fahrenheit) all day and the long range forecast says January's likely to stay that way.

    We had a civilised New Year too - just me, NAH and a bottle of wine to guzzle. We stayed up to see in the New Year and to experience the leap second at midnight.

    We've taken a brisk walk today on an old railway track not far from here. I love walks on cold, wintry day as there's no problem with mud!

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  53. I totally understand the way you celebrated this new year...leave the partying to the kids!
    Happy New Year Gail.
    Patsi

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  54. Hey Gail!! As you can see, I'm coming over here for New Years day. I consider it one of the most exciting things I'll do today. Our gardening world has grown leaps and bounds. I'm nuts about who all I've met and chit chatted with. So here's to you Gail and one I'm nuts about.

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  55. Gail,
    Your wishes are lovely. 'Enough' is just perfect, with an occasional surprise flower, seedling, sighting, or discovery, to add joy to the process.

    I hope that the year in your garden exploring the intersection of cedar glades and gardening is wonderful!

    Lisa

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  56. Great post Gail. I hope that 2009 brings you all that you need too. I've had enough work, now I'm ready to relax and enjoy our 2 year long basement project. I can't think of anything else I could need right now. The spark of a new year brings so much hope to so many. Here's to a turnaround from some of the troubles of 08.

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  57. Lisa/ikw,

    You are so welcome! Enough with a little discovery and maybe a return of the natives that the honeysuckle crowded out would be lovely! Happiest of New Years to you...I wish you some adventures and a sweet year!

    Gail

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  58. cinj,

    Hello there! Happiest of New Years to you, too..The basement project? Can't wait to hear more about it!

    All the best to you and yours.

    gail

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  59. Anna,

    Right back at cha! I hope your new year is starting off wonderful and continues to keep on to a sweet, delicious and love filled year! Are you having enough fun with the mac? warmest...gail

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  60. Patsi,

    You are so right we have nothing to prove and will only get tired staying up late. Happiest of New Years to you!

    gail

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  61. VP,

    Hello...tyour day sounds ideal...a walk with a dear loved one on crunchy ground! We went for a walk, too and then stopped at a friends' house to finish off the carrot cake we started last night.

    I am so glad to have met you...and look forward to more time visiting you in 2009!

    Gail

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  62. Sue,

    Hi...so glad you stopped by! I hope you've had a good day? Thank you for your very kind comments and wishes for enough. I do hope that you and you dear ones have a super 2009! The comments look like a lot cause I answer them individually!

    Gail

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  63. Oh yes, I totally agree! I never even celebrate New Year's Eve. Just not a celebratory person of events most people are, I suppose. I'm not one to follow the trend! Kind of a hermit, I guess.
    Brenda

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  64. We, too, are civilized people, Gail, and celebrate the New Year in much the same way, although we did stay up a little later than you:)

    You've outdone yourself again with this lovely post. I am the 65th commenter, and this has only been up since this morning! That is a testament to how many people you reach with your inspirational words and sharing of nature's beauty, Gail. It has been a pleasure getting to know you this year.

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  65. Well said, Gail. Resolutions are forgotten but gratitude is a daily event.

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  66. Best wishes to you, Gail. What a lovely 2008 it was for making new friends.

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  67. happy new year to you, Gail!
    Our evening was, as planned, very relaxed and quiet (except for the movies!), just what we wanted and needed. We watched a Baz Luhrmann double feature: Strictly Ballroom and then uncorked the champagne for Moulin Rouge!... they were part of a set Fernymoss gave me for Christmas and they were a wonderful way to pass the evening....

    We're just glad 2008 went out the door at the stroke of midnight, never to return! We're really hoping for a better 2009 all around, not just for us, but for everyone!!

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  68. Happy New Year, Gail! I am sitting here in my family room, at 4 minutes past mid-night--as I watched the calendar on my computer turn from 1 to 2...that means it's already Jan. 2nd! And, I better get to bed!!

    But first, I want to say I loved your post, and that a wish for 'enough' is a wonderful thought. We all need to be responsible for deciding what really is 'enough' and what is 'more than enough'...and I hope we will all decide wisely:-)

    My New Years Eve was spent relaxing at home in our family room with my husband, my mother, my son, and my daughter with her boyfriend. We all played scrabble, then watched a movie, and at 11:55 we turned on the tv, opened a bottle of champaigne, watched the ball come down, then made a toast, drank the bubbly and hugged, sent messages and wishes to each other for a wonderful new year, turned out the lights, went to our rooms (my daughter's boyfriend slept in a bed in our basement:))--and then, lights out; It wasn't a "Ten-O'Clock" night, but it wasn't a wild, partying night either. Mike and I have done those New Years Eve nights...many years ago...dancing all evening, etc...that was fun, then. But we are of 'a certain age', too...and we naturally seek quiet & peaceful family moments. (I hope my daughter will remain in the quiet peaceful mode that she appears to be in now)!!
    Anyway...long comment here...sorry!
    I need to get to sleep.
    Good night, Gail. And have a great 2009!!
    See ya,...In the garden!!!
    Jan

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  69. Even when there isn't enough money or time or rain, there's always enough friendship to go around, isn't there? Thanks to blogging, I now know you, Gail, and my world is richer for it. Happy New Year!

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  70. I wish you and your family a great 2009! Your blog is such an inspirational place to visit!
    Katarina

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  71. Happy New Year, darlin' girl. We celebrated with our best friends and their children. We would have liked to hit our pillows by 11:00 p.m., but they stayed until 12:30 a.m. C.T. We were one tired crew yesterday.

    May your new year at Clay and Limestone be blessed.~~Dee

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  72. Gail, it is truly a blessing to have enough, and I wish the same for you! I hope 2009 is a wonderful year for you and your garden.

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  73. Gail, what a generous wish. Thank you and I hope your your is filled with all these things!

    We are of that age too and always 'celebrate' with Rose and her hubby with a wild night of cards and coffee. :}

    It has been a delight getting to know you this past year and am looking forward to getting to meet this year.

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  74. Happy New Year, Gail! I hope this year brings you joy & wonder.

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  75. MMD,

    Thanks! I do hope that the year brings you less RR and fewer squirrel and rabbit problems, along with love, contentment, and all the gardening you want. Gail

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  76. Kim,

    I feel fortunate and am grateful to have enough. Happiest of New Years to you. Are you loving the garden shed? Gail

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  77. Dear Dee, Thank you...I feel especially touched by the Oklahoma sounding greeting! Happiest of New Years to you! All the best, Gail

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  78. Katarina,

    Thank you! I am so touched by your very kind words. Happiest of New Years to you and your family. Happy gardening. gail

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  79. Dear Pam,

    I am so grateful that I emailed you to ask if a brand new blogger could attend Spring Fling! From that email, from Spring Fling came a wonderful blogging adventure and fantastic experiences.... filled with delightful people and now very good friends. I am glad you are my friend...you inspire me with your generosity, your creativity and your kindness! Happiest of New Years. Gail

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  80. Dear Jan,

    Thank you...I am glad you liked the post. We were toasting one another on New Years Eve (the Eastern time zone) with the usual wishes for health, abundance, peace...when Enough just bubbled up and out from within me. It seemed a good wish for all of us...because as you say...we all decide what is enough and that may change from day to day!

    Your New Years Eve sounds delightful....and sweet. We spend NYE with th same group of friends each year...we are family.

    Thank you Jan for sharing your evening with me...thank you for visiting my blog and always being real and writing from your heart! I treasure that!

    Happy New Year...Gail

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  81. Dear IVG,

    I hope so too, the last of your year has been too hard...I censured that you know! You understand totally!

    I love Strictly Ballroom! A very fun movie as only the Aussies can make! I try to catch it when it's on cable...

    I wish you and fernymoss a wonderful New Year and I think 2009 will be a lot better!

    Warmest thoughts to you both and hugs!
    gail

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  82. Bonnie,

    Wasn't it a great year...I loved meeting you at Spring Fling. Happy 2009. Will we see you in Chicago?

    Gail

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  83. Dear Layanee,

    Happy New Year! I was so lucky to meet you this year and know that I will have more time with you, the EM and sweet Tucker. Keep warm...I hear it's cold and snowy up there! gail

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  84. Dear Rose,

    The pleasure is all mine! It has been a joy and a delight to meet you and this year will bring me an opportunity to meet you in person! Yippee! I am excited and it's only January! (the comments are greatly inflated by my answering them...)

    I like the civilized New Year's Eve...it is really how I prefer to celebrate my birthday and most occasions! I really am an introvert!

    I do hope this year brings you enough! Warmest, gail

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  85. Brenda,

    Hello! Sometimes the best times are just quiet times with the folks you love. I hope your year is filled with love and contentment...gail

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  86. Dear beckie,

    I was telling Rose how much I am looking forward to meeting her in Chicago and wanted you to know that the same goes for you! It's going to be a delight to spend time inperson with folks I've had such a sweet time getting to know! Happy happy New Year.

    Now one question...who won the card game?

    gail

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  87. Thanks for the wonderful wishes, Gail, and same to you and Mr. D (though I guess he doesn't wish for garden time, does he?) My mom, too, marks her New Year by EST (and she's in Mountain). Salix and I were in a casino, and I was in the middle of a hand of blackjack, and nothing stops a dealer! I had to sit out the next hand in order to give Salix his New Year's smooch. Upside--gamblers don't stop to kiss strangers, so it was all very hygienic!

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  88. Yes, enough of everything we need!!! Great post! Thanks for stopping by my blog too, and wishing us well over the holidays...I won't be back in full force for a few weeks yet, but I'm "getting" there....All my best!

    Marie

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  89. Happy New Year, Gail

    From someone who stands on her front porch at 12:00 a.m. and watches fireworks in the distance (if she can stay awake until midnight) :o)

    Mary

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  90. Gail .. here I am at the end once again girl ; )
    Those pictures were perfect .. having seen the Spring one, my heart did a little flip .. just the thought that Spring will come even though it seems to be so far away .. well, I can plan and dream and be READY .. right ? LOL
    Very nice post : ) Thank you !

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  91. Hi Gail, not a lot of drama (or excitement) here on New Years either;) I'm hopeful for the coming year. Perhaps it will bring us all the wonderful things we wish for.
    Marnie

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  92. Summer...fall...winter...spring ~ wishing you the best as we embrace each season throughout the New Year.

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  93. What a lovely, heartfelt New Year's post Gail.

    It's been a joy getting to know you through your wonderful blog and comments.

    Your New Year's celebration sounds perfect.

    New Year's Eve is always special for the Lawn Man and I since it was the occasion of our second date (the first one was Dec. 30th.) He cooked a beautiful, romantic dinner for me in his, now our home, and that evening, I "knew."

    After the hectic Christmas season, commemorating that special New Year's Eve with a quiet, romantic dinner together and nice bottle of bubbly is something we really cherish.

    Thank you for your good wishes. Happy New Year Gail, and may you too have enough this next year.

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  94. LOL, I've never been much for new year's parties (or resolutions), either. I, too, went to have dinner with friends (a Mexican buffet!), and left by 10:30!! I didn't even stay up to midnight. I'm a curmudgeon! ;-)
    ~Monica

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