Monday, January 01, 2007

Happy New Year



New Year's Day. A fresh start. A new chapter in our life waiting to be written. New days waiting to be embraced and loved. New things to be discovered. Take the leap and accept the challenge of this wondrous new year. Start each day with faith. Faith in yourself and faith in the future. Believe in yourself and believe in your dreams. Make this a year where your dreams come true!

10 comments:

It's a FLIP-FLOP World said...

Yes, Peggy...start a new year, a chance to begin again!! It definitely has to be better than the end of 2006 for us. My dad is now in the hospital in Arizona. He is doing much better. He is 88 and just made it there. He has pneumonia. We were mourning losing LUCY and then Dad went to the hospital so now we start all over again..hopefully..Have a great day.
sAndy

Emily said...

A very Happy and Blessed New Year to you and your loved ones, Peggy! We're having a chill day here in southern NH. Got some snow on Saturday, then today it's gloomy skies and freezing rain. Two of the guineas refuse to stay in the coop so I'm hoping they don't get frostbite. It's a good day to curl up indoors with a hot cup of tea and a kitty on your lap!

Anonymous said...

Have a wonderful 2007 and many more years

PEA said...

Happy New Year to you and yours, dear Peggy! I'm so glad our paths crossed in this big wide world of blogging and I so look forward to future posts and comments:-) Much love xoxo

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year Peggy, to you and your family and Ms. Diva and Mr. Nitro and Betty and Susie and Frankie and Johnny, and, and.....oh dear, you know who I mean. Have a great new year! With lots of baby animals!

Jeanne said...

Happy New Year my lovely friend.
Love to you and yours.
Jeanne ^j^

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your encouraging words, Peggy. I admire your busy life and buoyant attitude. I wish you all the best in the New Year.

I started the year on a "Oh! I have hurt myself note!!!" I caught a hook under my eyelid and largely ripped it off. There are definite disadvantaged to living alone off the beaten track. It is now sewn back together although I look like I had a dust up in the street with someone. So out of character for me.

In a day or two I may join you in you cheerful look for the future.

Anonymous said...

Dear Peggy, I wish for you content happiness in your lovely spot in the world. May your going back in time home fill your hearts with the joy of simple pleasure's and joyful moments this new year and beyond.

So dear friend happy new year to you, your family including doris and all your farm yard friends. I know the hardworking simple way of life fills your days with much happiness as it simply should and I enjoy you sharing it with us.

Lee-ann

Marian said...

What a lovely challenge with which to start the new year....that of making dreams come true. With your example before us, we know that it can happen.
Happy New Year and best wishes for the year to come.

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year Dear Peggy! Wishing you all the best in 2007!
Blessings to you and yours...
Mindy