January 1, 2010

Garden Bloggers' Muse Day -Jan. 1, 2010





An Irish New Year's Blessing

May the New Year bring


the warmth of home and hearth to you


The cheer and goodwill of friends to you

The hope of a childlike heart to you


The joy of a thousand angels to you


The love of the Son and God's peace to you.



HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE !

14 comments:

  1. Wishing you a most happy, healthy and peaceful new year to you Carolyn. My poem is up now and I am celebrating a year of musing :)

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  2. We watched the blue moon sail above our snowy hills last night - and stood amazed as it seemed to turn red, just before midnight. I take this as a good omen - that this year will be filled with bright blessings for all. My poem is up too.

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  3. Happy New Year, dear Carolyn! I hope the new year brings you blessings and I also hope to see you again sometime this year. I love Chicago so I'm sure we'll be returning! *hugs*

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  4. Happy New Year Carolyn and here's to a marvellous 2010 for you and yours.

    I've bent the meaning of Muse Day rather a bit, so I can post the questions we set for last night's quiz at the party we attended with our friends and neighbours.

    I remarked on the full moon on the way home - it wasn't until I came in here earlier today that I realised it was a blue one. Forget the first one in 19 years, a blue moon at New Year must be really, really rare...

    My blatherings are here ;)

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  5. Hello Carolyn, Happy New Year. I was so glad to see that you had stopped by my blog a little while ago. The beginning of this year seems so exciting. New decade, new year all rolled into one seems to feel like magic. I wish you the best year yet. I have a contribution to Muse Day up on my blog. Cheers. http://greenbowgardens.blogspot.com/2010/01/garden-bloggers-muse-day-january-1-2010.html

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  6. Happy New Year and Blessing's in this new year of gardening.

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  7. A lovely sentiment for the first day of a new year, Carolyn. :) All the best to you and yours in 2010!

    My offering is posted here: http://wp.me/p2bM3-19X

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  8. Happy New year to you too Carolyn.

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  9. Thank you, Carolyn Gail, and best wishes for a very happy New Year to you as well! I am not getting the year off to a great start, I'm afraid--I completely forgot about Muse Day yesterday. I resolve to do a better job the rest of the year.

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  10. Happiest of New years to you, too Carolyn Gail! I hope to be able to join you next month...when typing is easier again! gail

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  11. I just wanted to make you aware that your blog content is being scraped here: http://gardening.hikool.com/2009/12/
    Your readers with blogs might want to check and make sure their content is being stolen also.

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  12. Hey Tina,

    Just an update to let you know that all of the garden bloggers posts mysteriously disappeared after I left a little comment on their blog :-) Thanks, again.

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  13. I just found one of the blotanists' post in their "Home and Gardening: Art" section.

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