Welcoming 2010

I was up today. I did a little laundry, and cooked our meals. Nothing fancy, just the basics. It felt good to be doing a few things again after all the enforced down time.

It’s been bitterly cold today with high winds (49 miles an hour!!!!) so the dogs have all wanted to keep me company. Even Hubby stayed in until he was forced to go out to get the mail and a few groceries.

Funny, this week between Christmas and New Year. Nothing really gets done, no one really wants to do anything, and this year, no one really wants to do the after Christmas shopping….no money.

I’m hoping that 2010 is a whole lot better than 2009. In fact I want to go on record and say that 2009 was a really crappy year and hopefully will not be repeated!

I got an email from Princess Cruises offering me discounted travel in the Far East this spring. Yeah, well that isn’t going to happen, much as I would like it to. Perhaps another time.

For now, I am happy to slowly be getting my vision back, and I hope that I will not need further surgery on this eye. Yes, I have high hopes for 2010, that it will be the year of healing. Not just for me, but for my cousin as well.

Come on 2010! Be a year we can all look back on and say that you were a good one!!!

6 thoughts on “Welcoming 2010”

  1. Oh my we are a bit blue today. Yes crappy things did happen in 2009, but a lot of lovely things happened as well. You reached your goal weight and kept it, you look better then ever girl, even with the patch! And all those beautiful puppies that you have loved and cared for so much! 2010 will definately be better, cause you will be coming to the blog gathering!! LOL

  2. I have to agree, that 2009 was not a good year! There were enough nice things to at least carry us along and through some of the bad things came good.
    I try not to forget to be thankful for even the smallest blessings in the midst of so many hard times.
    I am going to welcome 2010 with open arms, come on in and bring some joy and happiness along to us. Love YOU, Mel

  3. Glad to see you moving beyond the enforced stillness stage. Yesterday it was really cold here too- I didn’t even try to go skiing; today was perfect but unfortunately to many had the same idea and earleir then normal, so I just made a few runs and left it to the flatlanders. Looking forward to you being full strength before long.

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