From My Kitchen Counter to Yours…
by Debra Chappell
View From The Kitchen Counter:
Mood Reading: ZZZZ (Slept well last night – in the mountains)
So…Another year has passed. Here it is, already the day after Xmas (Boxing Day as it’s known in some parts) and I woke up this morning thinking …wait, what happened? Did Christmas come and go already? But I’m still digesting my Yuletide pudding… wait — I have another bottle of nog that’s yet to be opened! And what about those last minute little stocking stuffers I’ve stashed somewhere, hmmm, surely they’re around here somewhere…
Doesn’t it seem like we just finished with Thanksgiving? New Year’s is almost upon us and I barely have time to write my Resolutions, (geesh, working on procrastination was first on my list last year and I’m only now getting around to it!!)
Hope you all have had a very happy holiday. I’m posting my end-of-the-year video blog and want to thank you so much for dropping in this year. I so appreciate your support, encouragement, patience and most of all continued friendship. Whether commentary from old friends or observations of new ones, hearing from you is what I enjoy most and keeps me motivated. Often, it is your comments that offer just the kernel needed to inspire the next post so many many thanks to you for following.
Here’s to a healthy, happy, and productive 2014 – all the best From The Kitchen Counter.
Hi Debs, lovely to hear from you and follow your ups,fun and views on life. Good news that you have weddings to look forward to, does that mean another trip to Paris in order to shop for suitable mother of the bridegroom attire?Looks fabulous in Greyeagles, its wet and windy here…. nasty!Just remember when you think of new year resolutions, ENJOY yourself and have fun, much better than beating yourself up on something and nothing!Rather scary but true what your friend says, we,also getting older cannot remember what we have said or should be doing let alone what you did. take care, happy 2014 and hopefully we might see you Sue Green x
Many thanks for all your generosity in sharing your journey with such hilarity and wisdom. Happy New Year! xoxo
Your Graeagle buddies here. Hope you and Steve have a great new year and we are looking forward to our times together in the mountains. Enjoyed reading your blogs. Janis and Aubrey
In Ireland w gale force winds except for glorious blue day on Xmas day when kids went swimming in icy Atlantic. 2014 has a gr8 expectation in sept to carry us from uk to USA for family celebration. For now w elderly parents in wot feels like endless cycle of meals! X
All the best to you and Steve too. Happy New Year!