Friday, January 01, 2010

JANUARY THEME DAY, 2010- "Change"



                                                             Changing from 2009 to 2010    

                                                                   HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
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24 comments:

  1. Of course, one year to the next is a big change! I bet that was tricky to write 2010 so beautifully in the snow. Am sure I'd have messed up. Wishing you a very happy 2010, dear Kate, with good health and perhaps a bit of hot Mexican sun thrown in!

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  2. I like this, very creative!
    Happy new year 2010 dear Kate. Wish you a very peaceful and blissful new year :)

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  3. I bet you can't wait for winter to change into spring.

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  4. This one made me smile. Such a creative line to take on the theme! Best wishes to you for 2010!

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  5. Brilliant, in a very Minnesota sort of way. I can feel the crisp, cold winter air!

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  6. A happy and snowy New Year, Great Kate! Now we have CHANGED over to a new year again! Does the license plate stand to "Linsco/Private Ledger?" That's the broker dealer for which I work! Cheers!

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  7. Cam't believe it's 2010! Happy New Year!

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  8. A lot of snow out there!
    Happy New Year, Kate!

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  9. For the next several weeks every time I write a date 09 will be crossed out and 10 written in (changes).

    Happy New Years Kate.

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  10. 2009 was a good year for me, but I think things usually get better every year - so looking forward to 2010!!

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  11. Yes, that it the new year. All skinny. I wonder if it will be fat by Autumn?

    I have found some nice photos from 2007 and 2008 that I would like to use in my blogs but last night was a bad night for me and I didn't get much rest. Most of the time I had one coughing fit after another. I thought I would try to just say, "thanks" to those who stopped today. I appreciate the comments, visits and prayers. I hope things will get back to normal soon.

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  12. Good thing you didn't have a lot more snow . . . snow writing could have been tricky. Happy 2010 to you too!

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  13. A little snow to usher in the new year is always welcome. Happy New Year!

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  14. Yes! That's a change! Now I hope I can remember that number when I need to. Hope your New Year is the best ever.

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  15. This photo made me smile! A great way to bring in the new year especially when you live in "snow country". Happy New Year!

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  16. Now here is something useful about living in an area with a lot of snow. This looks a lot better than writing on a dirty car window.

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  17. I love this image. excellent interpretation for theme day. Also, seeing that snow makes me feel like it is winter. Happy New year!

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  18. Oh yes, that's the biggest of the "changes", isn't it, from 2009 to 2010! Good addition to the theme and all the best in the new year.

    Three Rivers Daily Photo

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  19. Happy new year, Kate!
    Thanks for all your support in 2009 and wish 2010 will be a great year for you.

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  20. And a very happy new year to you and all yours, too

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  21. Very creative.

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  22. I'm sure there are many who are happy be pulling up to 2010. Nice!

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  23. Sorry I missed this: it is so nice!

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  24. Great snowy sign, besides is a beautiful number and perfect for this theme. Kate you are one of the first persons I know of this community and it was an honor. Best wishes for a very Happy New Year, dear Kate!

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