Letters from a Hill Farm
Ah, VPR. I know it well. Happy New Year. What a nice little group of posts lately. I think you have the kindest blog of my acquaintance.
I wish you a wonderfully Happy New Year, Nan!! All the best to you!
Happy New Year, Nan and all your family!
Well it's only 9:30 PM and the fire crackers are popping away and fireworks are lighting up the skies around the neighborhood. There's a sulphur fog blanketing the area and it's NOT even midnight yet. Fireworks are allowed between 9 PM until 1 AM but people have been launching practice runs. Sheesh! It's different here in Hawaii.Have a terrific new year, Nan!
Sounds wonderful, Nan! Twenty minutes until midnight where I am right now. It's just a quiet, regular night for us. I do have music playing in the background at least. :-) Have a great New Year!
We played Euchre with friends and then went to watch the watermelons drop. (only in a small town).
Happy New Year, Nan and Tom. I enjoy sharing northern new england blogging with you. Stay warm.
KSV W. - what a nice, nice thing to say. I can't tell you what it means to me. Thank you.And the same to you, Pamela!And to you, Margaret!Kay, that's just so amazing. I'd love to experience it. (but not my dogs!)Sounds lovely, Literary Feline. Perfect, in fact. And the same to you!Lisa, I've never played Euchre. I'll have to come over to your blog and see if you talk about the watermelons!Beth, I feel the same way, and Happy New year to you, too. It's now 8 below at 8:30 am. :<)
Sounds a wondeful way to spend a cold New Years Eve!
K, and it was cold indeed!
Sounds like a lovely evening. Ours was spent with good friends, eating delicious pizza and playing Apples-to-Apples. Home before 11! :)
Les, I've never played Apples to Apples. I love games and don't get to play them nearly enough. I'll look into this one.
I am really going to try and respond to your comments as soon as they come in! I'm so grateful for your notes.Also, you may comment on any post, no matter how old, and I will see it.