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January 02, 2013

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Lisa

What a wonderful day for a hike. I got out for a run and did some catching up. L

Ruth

There's always something to learn here - I had to look up olie bollen! Thank you, Margie, for sharing your traditions. We feasted on roast pork, sauer kraut, mashed potatoes and dumplings - a Pennsylvania tradition for luck in the new year. Wishing you all a Happy Healthy New Year!

Carol Dee

I love your tradition of letting the old year out and the new year in! The Oliebollen sounds pretty yummy. ;) Have a wonderful 2013.

Mary Gehling

We hiked in Ecola park on the north Oregon coast looking for more whales. The day before we saw so many Gray whales passing through on their journey to warmer calving waters. We saw them spouting and even one tail!

On New Year's Day we ate Black-eyed peas- a tradition form my mother. Thank you for sharing your family, I agree they are the most precious things in our lives.

Holly McLean

I didn't make it to midnight, but I did get out New Year's Day on the snowshoes. Then I did some sewing. It was the best day!
I love your tradition with the doors and the sparklers!

Cozy Memories

May 2013 be a wonderful year for everyone in your family, my friend !
oxox

Lisa J

Wishing the very best for you and your amazing family this year and always. xo

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