Monday, December 31, 2007

Happy New Years to one and all 2007

A toast to all on this changeover night from 2007 to 2008. Many wishes for a laughter- filled, joyful year ahead. May poems, paintings and great ideas and thoughts abound in all of your lives. Thank you blogmates for being my friends, for responding to my ideas and paintings, for being your creative and interesting selves and sharing that with me. I am blessed.

8 comments:

human being said...
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human being said...

H have
A a
P peaceful
P prosperous
Y year.

N no
E evil or
W war.

Y youthful
E evergreen
A aspirations
R reborned.
!

sukipoet said...

Thank you for this lovely poem and wish hb.

Lynn said...

Again, Happy New Year to you dear creative friend.
Off to pick up our kitty.
Hugs
Lynn

Cris in Oregon said...

Well I left you an email and it didnt take. rats. anyway I was going to wish you a good morning 1968 but then realized it was 2008. Goodness.. quite a difference there. lol
RE: The bird feeding. Go for it. If your cats arent out there much then it would make you feel much better seeing some life around you. They bring you joy. Well they bring us and Our neighbor lots of joy. Beats looking at all that cold snow laying there lifeless. Grin. Just start tapering off come spring when they can find there own food.

Cris in Oregon said...

PS. Your robe is lovely as is. I have always just thought Asian when seeing a Kimono. I am sure others see differently... thats the beauty of art. Its all in the eye of the beholder.I have no idea what that means but it sounds good. LOL

Lynn said...

Suki please post your wall hangings in your post spots so I can inlarge them and see the details. They look wonderful, but I want the close ups please! Thanks!

sukipoet said...

OK LYnn. Will put photos on main blog. I think that sidebar also distorts the photos, or at least mine seems to be doing so.

Cris I don't have my email address posted. so not sure where you sent to. The plow man just plowed the 12 inches of snow we got y'day. There are huge mounds of snow out there now from all the plowing.