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Snowberries

December 31st, 2004 · 4 Comments

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This picture of snowberries in our neighborhood is one of my favorite images from December so I thought I would use it to wish everyone a Happy New Year! I liked Ed Cone’s greetings – should I reprint them here? No that wouldn’t have the same effect as saying it myself. I’d rather not compile a list and string together a summary of the year. It was an intense time for our family, with roller coaster rides up and down. We are grateful for the goodness we experienced, especially during visits with friends and family, and we are looking forward to a new year.

Some of the best memories for me from 2004 have come from this blog. Thank you for reading and being here. Thank you for blessing me. Many blessings to you in 2005!

More later this weekend…time to go kiss Ted now…;-)

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4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Sample the Web // Jan 1, 2005 at 8:27 am

    Happy Next Year!

    2005. I like it. It’s a good number. I see it making things happen.

    2004 was good for me. I worked on not one, but two different O’Reilly books, I had one of my critical articles published, I started writing a weekly piece for AppleMatters, I …

  • 2 Patricia Taylor // Jan 3, 2005 at 6:47 am

    A blessed 2005 to you and your family from your friend in VA. Katherine delivered your hug and I sent one with her back to you for the next visit. I have never seen snowberries before, nor even heard of them, in fact. Reading your blogs are not only a pleasure, but often very educational. Many thanks!

  • 3 Julie // Jan 4, 2005 at 12:25 am

    Thanks and blessings to you too Patricia! :-) Glad you got the hug I sent your way…

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  • 4 annie // Jan 4, 2005 at 10:01 am

    I’m so glad you all had a good year! Thanks for your kind words in my comments, and for the friendship. It’s a fun aspect of my culture that I have such a good friend whom I’ve never met in person!