Wednesday, December 31, 2008


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"Try It" was the motto I chose at the beginning of this year after finding that diamond earring in a trashcan full of glass.

And, hoo boy, try it I did.

Some of that trying turned out okay. Some of it didn't. Or maybe it did and I just don't know it yet. And that's life, right?

Tomorrow I'll announce my motto for 2009 (because I know the world waits in breathless anticipation). Until then, April wins the mystery bar from a few posts back. I hope you all have a safe and Happy New Year.

Sing us out, please, Mr. Cohen.


  1. You have had a most awesome year, my friend! And you have so much more to accomplish (growth) this year!! Best wishes, as if!, and lots of love to you and your family.

    And, thanks for the soap! I LOVE it! :-)

  2. KUTGW my relative-in-law. Wait a minute, don't you mean "expectation" rather than "anticipation" or are they similar. I will expect rather than anticipate. I had a pastor once, when I was a Lutheran, who had a "nervous breakdown:" he was a better preacher when he returned than when he left.

  3. Awesome is one word for it, I guess, A. lol

    Ken, I must admit that the "KUTGW" part of your comment escapes me. Perhaps I do mean expectation. And, yes, I think an occasional breakdown is probably a good character-builder.

  4. Sorry dear N, most of my scribbling is harmless I hope, without a lot of thought required of the reader. I get the feeling that I failed in my comment. I will try to be less silly. KUTGW=my shorthand for "Keep Up The Good Work." Believe it or not I am trying to encourage you in whatever you are up to, in my clumsy way, of course.