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December 31, 2010

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How beautifully expressed; thanks for taking us along!

Glad you got some time in the woods!

And glad you took some time to write about it...you had a beautiful sunset on the last day of the year~

Health and Happiness in the New Year to you and yours!

Happy New Year Judy! My sunrise looked very similar. It was nice to get out today without any Arctic chill and soak in the suns rays. Glad you did too! Thanks for sharing your walk. I always love those posts and wonderful photos.

This post is just so YOU, Judy. I know how much you love the woods and I'm glad you got the restorative and reflective time you needed there. Happy New Year!

You have a beautiful tradition. Happy New Year, Judy, It's nice to see you blog again.

Happy New Year. Hope it is a better year for you and yours.

Happy New Year to you, too, Judy. Lovely walk and wonderful to watch the wild things.

Happy New Year to you, too! Thank you for the walk in the woods. I only walked up to the sheep's pen - they weren't very interested in New Year's wishes...

Oh, how I've missed your posts! The wool collar analogy was spot on for me, and here's hoping that 2011 is better for us both!

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