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January 01, 2012

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Marilyn

Oh yes, just for a week is a very good thing. Test it out and see how it fits. You will love traveling along with your periwinkle~Sorrento~saltwater~owl~forgiveness.
Happy New Year, dear friend. Oh how I wish I could have been sitting there with you last evening. It sounds extra special.

BrittArnhild

Happy, bright New Year.

And I know you will not only peek though its window, you will be out there, taking part :-)

rebecca

you are always the perfect word in my grateful mouth.
welcome to a bright new year dear friend, clever gypsy, soul journeyer...
here is a word for you in this promise of sacred seasons this new leaf holy,
together.
yes,
together!

Stephanie

I do like the idea of a word...that we are not bound too

because things change...momentum moves us forward...we hope.

Yours is a good word, both to ourselves and others...so very important.

Here's to a year of hope and health and happiness. I look forward, as Rebecca says, to the togetherness.

x...x
steph

Sue Fox

You take me places with your words and oh those so wonderful birdie picks, how come we don't shoot together? Perhaps an ocean coming between us has something to do with it!

Your hyphenated word is just perfect ending with forgiveness leading me just where I want to be, on your shore.

Love you Sue x

Chris

Oh, My.

(That's not my word of the year. That would be too short a period.)

I had cod fish tacos for breakfast! YAY! Don't tell ANYONE.

Okay, Missy. Happy New Year to you. And I love your word. (I mean, the base word, not the entire compound, which is often subject to being breached and taken over from within). I can't use it because I used it one year and it made me cry much of the time. I got so dehydrated I had to swim in the pool more than usual and our electric bill sky-rocketed!!

It's a very good word, don't get me wrong. But one must pick words very very carefully, as one doesn't always foresee their repercussions. I have now made it a word for LIFE, but I'm more acquainted with it, now, and no longer cry over it.

Oh, it's such a lovely word.

My word of the year.... hmmm...

Maybe, 'Not-Talking-As-Much'.

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