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Ending the year

Friday, December 30, 2011

This year sped by even when I came out of my fog! So many things happened and I enjoyed almost all of them. Some highlights.
My oldest grandson graduated. The whole family went to Florida for the graduation, got a condo by the beach, went swimming in the gulf, spent time at my son's home and had a wonderful family celebration.
Spent a few days in NC with friends, went to a wedding in SC for a friends son. I'll write more about that sometime.
My husband had a TIA in August - no lasting damage. Made me aware of what to watch for and how much I appreciate him.
Spent a week at Grand Lake - fishing, eating, walking, kayaking! Fun to see the folks that come there at the same time we do each year.
Kept up my walking program - almost everyday for 20-30 minutes. More sometimes.
My oldest son retired after 26 years in the Air Force - away we went again to Florida for the retirement. His family no longer has to move when the Air Force wants them to. He started a new job and loves it.
Spent lots of time at the house on the lake with the grand kids and my daughter. We did a lot of kayaking and walking. Sundays my daughters DH would fix blueberry pancakes for everyone.
Had a wonderful Thanksgiving at my youngest son's home.
Christmas here - missing one son and his family but still very enjoyable.
What more could I ask for? Not a darn thing.
Hope 2012 can meet or exceed it.

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  • DRUIDPRINCESS
    What a fabulous year you have had! I hope 2012 is even better! Love and hugs from Lyn (in Australia) emoticon
    2395 days ago
  • 2WHEELEDSHARON
    Have another love filled, successful year!
    2396 days ago
  • PMFISH
    Sounds like you have been making great memories this year. I wish you a Happy and Healthy New Year!
    2396 days ago
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