Happy New Year!

Happy New Year, dear Friends!

Today I’m relaxing…working on a little project, drinking a delightful cup of  yummy-licious hot chocolate (yes, that absolutely is a mini scoop of  Breyer’s Vanilla ice cream), and enjoying the pleasant cool front blowing in from the north.  It’s dropped the temperature quite a bit, so that now it feels like winter once again (or at least, if my memory serves me, what up north you would call a clear, crisp, cool, breezy mid-autumn ~~ but I’ll take it, nevertheless).

My wish for everyone is a healthy, prosperous, creatively expressive New Year.  I pray all of our dreams come true, and that we are able to create for ourselves more balanced and joy-full lives.  Oh! What a wonderful thought ~ I can see it now!

May blessings, without measure, abound in your life,

Marianne

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Marianne
    Jan 02, 2011 @ 01:12:36

    Welcome to Leisure Lane, Diana, and thank you for your comment…it sounds like you could use some hot chocolate. It’s nice to snuggle up and do some crafting with while you’re snowbound.

    I like the color of the yarn, too…it’s one of those ‘Sugar & Cream” such cotton yarns. Perfect for the project I’m working on, which I’ll be posting soon.

    Stay safe and keep those cold fronts coming ~ we can always use them down here in Texas.

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  2. Diana
    Jan 01, 2011 @ 22:25:12

    Love the yarn color! Also, great idea to add ice cream to the hot chocolate..cools it to just the right temperature. I’m on the East Coast..still recovering from the snowstorm!

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