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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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    What a fabulous year you have had! I hope 2012 is even better! Love and hugs from Lyn (in Australia) emoticon
    2666 days ago
    Have another love filled, successful year!
    2666 days ago
    Sounds like you have been making great memories this year. I wish you a Happy and Healthy New Year!
    2667 days ago
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