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Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Happy New Year! 
     I have been away from my blog for so long!  The past few months have been busy.  My husband had a fall over the summer and broke 4 ribs, punctured his lung and broke his elbow in several places.  He is now well on the mend and back to his full daily schedule.  I have also been taking care of my step-mom, she is 88 years old and has had a tough year and she, too, is doing better.  So, that in short, is why I have not been on my blog. 

     I love New Year’s Day.  There's something exciting about turning over the calendar page on January 1st. I'm always full of anticipation, wondering what things the New Year will bring, and hoping it will be a good year.  This day holds so much promise.  It is like the first page of your newest book.  The page lies blank before you, waiting for you to let it know where it is going.
     I am not making any New Year’s Resolutions this year.  I am taking each day and page as it comes.  So, with this New Year, I am offering to you a blank page.  Where will it take you?  What will you do with it?    

Best wishes for a Very Happy and Safe New Year!


Joanna said...

Wishing your loved ones and you strength, health and hope this year, Maeve.

Stacy S. Jensen said...

You've been missed. Good luck in the new year. I have several goals for the new year. Grateful for the blank page today.

Susan Barclay said...

Great to see you back in the blogosphere, Maeve! Yes, the year is a blank slate, and I look forward to writing on it. All the best to you and your family for 2013!

Maeve Frazier said...

Thank you all for stopping by. It is great to be back!

Mimi said...

Missed you too, but you've had a lot on your plate.
I find blank pages a bit scary, and I don't like New Year resolutions, so the only one I make is to enjoy everything just a little bit more!

Anne Mackle said...

Just noticed you are on the blog again. So sorry for your poor hubby, what a horrible thing to have happened to him. I've missed yor posts glad to see you back.