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January 02, 2011

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Tina

I am laughing out loud!! I would say LOL, but my daughter says people of my generation are a bad influence on those of her generation by using chat speak. By the way, I can't wait to share your post with Caroline, she, also, has the BEST ideas for others, and at this point in her young life, has not learned that they should not all be shared. Perhaps you'll inspire her.

Lillian

I laughed so hard - in part because I could hazard a guess as to what those resolutions might be.
Will also hates transitions - he was bitter about the Christmas decorations coming down. BITTER. He's still humming holly jolly Christmas under his breath.

black eyed susans kitchen

It may be a new year, but you are still cracking me up! Thank you for the post with lack of color and glitz...my eyes still hurt from the holidays.
♥, Susan

Jenny Sellars

Oh my goodness. I was laughing so hard my hubby had to come out of the kitchen to see what was so funny! Happy New Year...I will run some of those happy people off the road for you!! LOL!

Sistergirl

Happy New Year, great entry.

Angela D'amore

Oh, the feeling of running happy people off the road :)
Looking forward to a New Year of your posts!

LiLi M.

What a great start of the New Year! I guess you don't need any more 'happy New Year' wishes, but I just cannot help myself.

Carol @ Old Glory Cottage

Happy people on New Years Day. I hate them! And why is it that we want white things, like sheets and towels, at the beginning of the year? Is it because of all that Christmas RED? As much as I love it, I don't want to look at anymore red until Valentine's Day!

Leslie Anne

Love the whites, especially that they're against the white beadboard. And if I'd been in the car with you, I'd have egged you on. Bad influence here. And as I'm a Mary Poppins-type (practically perfect in every way), I don't see the harm in helping others by pointing out where they could stand improvement! However, I've yet to learn to keep my mouth shut - that's why I'm only 'practically' perfect!

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