Friday, December 31, 2010

Happy New Year! (Or, at least, Happy Old-Year-Is-Finally-Over!)

We will not miss 2010. We had heart - breaking losses, an exploding car*, and nasty injuries.
And that's only the stuff I told y'all about. There was more...
(In trying to find a bright side, at least this year we only lost animals, and no people.)
(There's always a bright side. Or so they say.)

I'm a little depressed looking back over my knitting for the year - I don't think I completed a single project. Lots of starts, no finishes.
(If I made New Year's resolutions, I would probably have to address that.)
(Luckily I don't make New Year's resolutions.)

I did finish some spinning, though. Of course, that was in January.
Now I'm really depressed...

* Technically, the car exploded the end of last year, but all the repercussions were this year, so I'm counting it against 2010.

Point of interest - this was my 400th post! Though apparently I don't do anything to post about...

8 comments:

kmkat said...

2011: the prime year of prime events for the mangofeets. HNY!

Angie said...

Happy New and Better Year, Gayle!

Bullwinkle said...

Here's to a better New Year!

Joansie said...

Happy New Year! Here's to a better one.

Cookie said...

Happy New Year!

This one has to be better, right?

xo

Diane said...

Congrats on post #400. Yeah, you don't do anything, just raise sheep and chickens and have exploding cars and such. Very boring life you lead, not.

I'm with you for a better new year.

Laurie said...

So yeah, let's all send out good-year-karma. Can't hurt.

Since when is an FO the be all and end all of knitting? You did what you did and that was what you did. Period.

jessie said...

Dear Gayle,

Here's to a better year for you. Our 2008 and 2009 were so bad (financially, and animal-wise) that last year seemed good just in comparison.

I didn't make New Year's resolutions but I am going to try to spend more time reading blogs, less time on Ravelry, so maybe you'll see me here more often.

Hang in up there. (Our snow is gone, btw.)