Monday, December 28, 2009

Happy New Year Everyone!

2010 WOWO!
Can you believe it? When I was a kid I thought we would be riding around in little space mobiles like the Jetsons in 2010! It just seemed soooo far away. ugh! where oh where does the time go?
Well OK it's here and I actually have a really good feelings about this upcoming year. 2009 was a rough one for alot of us and we made it! We had to get back to the basics, pull up the ol' boot straps and work ALOT harder for less, but don't you think it makes you appreciate things so much more when times are a little tougher, and against all odds you succeed.
Well I wish you all good health first and foremost,if you have your health you are already a rich person. Lots of love, happiness and success in whatever ventures you are taking on in the New Year!


Fancy Fodder said...

If we have our health, we are already rich true.
Have a blessed 2010

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

Absolutely well said Amy, if you have your health you have the world. The other is just icing on the cake. Yes too that we've had to work harding in the biz and it does make you take notice to be more appreciative for all you have, that's no joke. Thanks for all the inspiration you've provided me this year through your blog and your sweet comments. Here's to wishing you many blessings in the upcoming year my friend!

Dee@FrenchBleuVintage said...

I'm still waiting for Rosie the Robot to clean my house. Take a well deserved breather Amy. Happy New Year to you.

Deborah Burton said...

Very well said, Amy . . . it HAS been a rough year, but I'm optimistic too about 2010! Not being the spring chicken in my mind's eye, I'm also learning to respect the limits of my ole bod--ya know what I mean?! All the best to you, Kris & Wendy!!


Sister Patty said...

Amy, you are so right! It seems like everyone I talk with is SOOO happy that 2009 is almost over! VIVA 2010 -- may it be bigger and better than ever for all of us! See you next year!

Faded Charm said...

You are so right and maybe sometimes we need to be reminded that everything doesn't always come handed on a silver platter.

Much happiness to you and your family in the New Year. I hope we run into each other sometime.


Anonymous said...

That is so true, you can't buy good health. Happy New Year to you and your family Amy.


Wizard of Was said...

Well said! Yes, for many it was a tough year, but I believe that many got back to some very basic things in life and perhaps that made many family even stronger...if that was accomplished then for that I am thankful!

Florence said...

Itoo have a good feeling about 2010, it is going to be a great year. Florence

kim said...

Amy-So often we take the simple things in life for granted and i'm reminded on a daily basis that i have soo much to be thankful for!
Thank you for your well wishes..VERY excited for 2010 and the barn project. I'm looking forward to a 'little' time off and spending some quality time with friends and family!
May 2010 bring happiness to you and your family.

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year , Amy!
I'm feeling good about 2010 - it's going to be a great year!
May yours be blessed!

Susan S. said...

What a great blog I just stumbled's my LUCKY day! LOVE the Dutch Door you were lucky enough to have and have a sweet hubby to install...YOU GO GIRL!

Happy New Years from Houston, TX!

AuroraSuzette said...

Gave you a tiny pitiful little shout out on my Blog, Amy. Move Sumner south, would ya?

Artsy Fartsy Junkin Finds said...

I have not been by in a while! I wish you and your family a Happy New Year! Hugs, Janna

Beth said...

so well said .... wishing you all the best for the new year!

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