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Wednesday, 05 January 2011

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Karen

Happy New Year to you too Alexa and I sincerely hope all your plans come to fruition - especially with the building work, having had 18 years of it I know how frustrating it can be.

Amy

Happy New Year to you as well Alexa :-) It is good to see a post from you again and I wish you all the very best for 2011 as you make your way towards a new 'normal' and welcome new life into the family! I hope the renovating is coming to an end, it is a drawn out and stressful process and I wish you every strength as you edge towards the end :-)

Jennifer Grace

Great page, I love the story of your Christmas Day walk. And the word 'flow' is a lovely one, which sounds apt for your year ahead. Thanks for your congrats on my blog. xx

S

Well hello, I had to visit right away since you visited my Wednesday desk before I even had my link up. I'm glad I did. Your post today is lovely, and I hope that choosing that word helps guide your year. Happy New Year, indeed!

Sian

Your beautiful page has made me think about walking in the Sperrins in the snow..

A Very Happy New Year to you too Alexa - may it contain everything you love, in abundance x

Lois Houston

OOOhhh... I love this page, and your post! I'm still waiting for my word to come to me for the year. I thought it was "abundance" but that seems to have left me in the past few days. I'm waiting for one to settle on me.
I love the layout, love your word, and can't wait to see what it does with/for you this year.

Paul B

Such a beautiful page and I love the sentiment. Here's wishing you all the best for this New Year and that you have plenty of flow throughout it. Pxx

Cheri

What a beautiful post Alexa. I hope 2011 is smooth flowing for you all the way, without all the bumps, rapids, and switch-backs of 2010. But either way, I hope you are able to "go with the flow" and enjoy a peaceful year (with finished construction!).

Miriam

So good to read your words again Alexa, Happy New Year. I love your word, so perfect for your New Year, new start for your parents and the new life to welcome into your family. x

Jacky S

Happy New Year,Alexa....and I hope this year 'flows' the way you hope for.

Michele

Beautiful LO, Alexa! I wish you and your family all the very best for the New Year xx

lindadragonfly

Glad to see you made it safely through to the New Year Alexa, hope things Flow a little more freely for you now.

lindadragonfly

PS love the new blog photo by the way

Melissa

Great word for the year and that is a beautiful layout!

Amanda

Happy New Year to you too Alexa, 2011 will hold lots of new beginnings for you and I hope will be a little less stressful for you.

giselle

Flow is YOUR word - your words flow, your LOs flow, your ideas flow. Here's hoping that good times flow for you & yours in 2011 :)

Karen

What a beautiful post and layout! I wish you the very best and a much less stressful year in 2011. I look forward to your inspirational writing, and wonderful craftsmanship.

Mel

That's a great word for you :-) And I forgot to say how much I like the new blog layout! xx

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