Hunter- what a mind. It even functioned well sideways. Happy new year!
Here, here!! smooches!!
This post was my absolutely favorite for thoughts in regards to the new year. Wishing you a marvelous 2010 ~ deb
Perfect sentiments Judith...xv
You actually knew Hunter Thompson?!hmmmmI guess, now that I think of it, I'm not even surprised.You are, indeed, filled with audacious possibilities. I look forward in the next decade to discovering more!
& more true now than ever. GT
Oh my , I'm having a Sally Field moment:frankly thrilled you liked my New Years thoughts!After posting this, I was nervous that I should have leaned to the side of gracious & eternally optimistic.Truth be known ... . I feel it's gonna take some Audacious Tap Dancin' to take on the coming year. ________As for Hunter ... . . living in Aspen for 13 years, you pretty much got to know a rather star studded group. Don't get me started on name dropping - but, you might want to feed me a couple of shots of tequila and see what rolls out.
Dear Judith,Happy New Year! Best wishes for a year of wonder and delight! I love your new banner. Is it the tulle you use in your mixed media pieces?
Judith- drop those names. have your read the Nicholas Haslam bio? gives dropping names a new vocabulary- I for one find it fun. the NH droppings are for the most part self deprecating or in context, loads of insight. that is what makes these blogs and posts fascinating I think, especially when we can learn or know something or someone better. Here's to more Name Dropping in 10!g.
whoa. you never fail to impress me! whoa. is all i can say. HST.happy new years!!!!J
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