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Friday, January 1, 2010

Wishing You Enough For The Coming Year




See You soon!

Gail

ps thanks to Wordle word clouds

33 comments:

  1. All the same to you Gail. I hope your surgery went as expected and you will be at the keyboard asap. I am sure you will feel quite queenly while keeping that hand elevated. ;) Cheers.

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  2. Gail Girl .. I love what Lisa said about "Queenly" ? LOL
    I also hope you are feeling better and better and will be at the keyboard soon .. I had some days away from not feeling so great .. and now I feel like I have been away months ? Or is that me trying to make Spring happen a lot earlier ? haha
    Wish you and family and Coal (the girls made sure I got that in) the very best for 2010 !!!
    Joy : )

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  3. This is cheating but I have to say Lisa that while feel queenly and wave my hand about...Mr I sees my elevated arm and says "Right On"~

    Glad you are feeling better Joy!

    Happy New Year!

    gail

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  4. Wishing you the same. ... and a speedy recovery!!

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  5. Seems surgery went well if you're typing again! I've always had enough; it's a state of mind!

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  6. I find as Monica does that having enough is more of a state of mind than anything. Change what you can and be happy with the rest. May your new year be blessed and your recovery go swiftly.

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  7. Right Arm!!!!!!!!!

    Happy New Year, Gail.

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  8. Feeling queenly is pretty good! Speedy recovery! Happy New Year to you.

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  9. All hail the queen! Hugs to you all and the fastest of recoveries for you. Loved the enough collage! :-)
    Frances

    {{{{U}}}}

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  10. All those words right back to you!! Happy New Year!!!!!

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  11. Gail, I hope your hand heals quickly and you have the best year ever!

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  12. Good luck with your surgery!

    Happy New Year!
    Cameron

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  13. Lovely New Year's thoughts Gail - thank you.

    Good to see you're on the mend, and even feeling Queenly! I'm sure Mr. I is taking excellent care of Your Majesty, and your royal court of Prince Coal, the squirrels, birds and other wildlife are providing entertainment and distraction as you recover.

    Happy New Year Gail, and may you, too have enough of everything, with lots of rest and more than enough healing and recovery at the top of the list of good things I wish for you in this new year.

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  14. Gail, hope you are back at it soon. Love the enough seems like there is never enough. Happy New Year. H

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  15. It sounds like your surgery went well, and I hope your recovery is quick and uneventful (but not boring)! Happy New Year!

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  16. Happy New Year Gail! I hope you get 'enough' rest and heal quickly! Do take it easy... Best Wishes for 2010! Carol

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  17. Dear Gail ~ it has been quite a year for many! Thoughtful prayers aimed in your direction, dear friend. May we all welcome the year 'in top form':) Happy New Year!

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  18. Thank you, dear Gail for your well wishes... I like all of them and take them to heart. Do take good care of yourself and recover quickly. If there is a good time of year to be propping your hand up ... I suppose January is it. You will be good to go whence spring rolls around. Happy New Year, my friend.
    Meems

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  19. Thank you, Gail, and best wishes to you, too! I had to read back through all the comments to see what I had missed about being the "queen"--ah, yes, take advantage of this chance for Mr. I and Coal to do your bidding:) I hope you're sitting on the front porch with a good cup of coffee right now watching the birds--and maybe a chipmunk or two--frolicking in the garden. Wishing you a speedy recovery!

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  20. Hope the New Year will bring you much joy and happiness, Gail and best wishes also for your gardening/typing hand to heal quickly.

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  21. wishing you enough too. we are all so blessed. to be alive is a wondrous thing. i hope you will take this time of recovery to relax, refresh for the new year.
    happy january.

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  22. Hi Gail! Hope you're doing well. Thanks for the link to this site. Be careful and take care of yourself! :-)

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  23. Heal quickly and well, Gail! Here's hoping for a pain-free 2010 for you and your body!

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  24. To have enough...what more does one need? It's a lovely sentiment. Happy New Year, Gail, and I hope you're well on the way to a full recovery.

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  25. Hi Gail - a very Happy New Year to you - hope that 2010 will bring all sorts of fun in the garden for you... take care Miranda

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  27. Hi Gail, Thank you for your warm ny card. I have also discovered blogging is not necessarily a healthy activity for the body. I'm trying to stop every hour to do neck exercises. It's a pain in the neck! (lol) Wishing you a happy and healthy new year! Cheers, catmint

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