Thursday, January 1, 2015

It's hard to believe it's 2015!  I hope you had a wonderful evening, no matter what you did.
We had a nice lobster dinner with potatoes and steamed broccoli here at home; we weren't into watching all the festivities in New York.  We were asleep before midnight, but I woke up from fireworks going off .  Today will be another relaxed day with the possibilities of family game time.
Each year I choose a new word for the year.  I couldn't find my previous posts on my word choice, but this year I'm feeling that HOPE is my word. 
Hope that is not dependent on circumstances.
I pray that you have a joyous day today and a New Year filled with endless possibilities, overflowing love and joy, laughter and friendship.
Joy and Hope to you!
Noreen

10 comments:

  1. Happy New Year! I love your word. Mine is "content", and I believe God has a lot to teach me about not living my life by my circumstances.

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  2. Wishing you all a very Hap-Pee New Year filled with good health, peace, love, and lots of treats and cuddles! :)

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  3. love the word "Hope" as your word and omg Lobster for dinner, yum! I made Filet mignon for my husband and I last night. HAPPY HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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  4. HOPE, everyone needs it! Happy New Year!

    Murphy & Stanley

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  5. We spent a quiet time at home watching movies. I love your word for this year. Hugs

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  6. Happy New Year friends
    Snorts,
    Lily & Edward

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  7. Wishing you the same sweet friend! Hope is a wonderful word!

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  8. Our household, new to the dog blogging community, is wishing you a very Blessed New Year.

    Abby the Lab and her Mom

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  9. May your blessings be abundant in 2015. I haven't picked my word yet and I do like yours!

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