Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Remembering the Gifts of 2009

May every happiness be yours in the New Year.



threecollie said...

Very nice! What is that little bird?

Cathy said...

Dear, dear Three Collie - my steadfast friend.

The bird is a partially albino Junco (don't know the precise term)

I'm coming over to your place. Save a place by the wood stove :-)


Lynne at Hasty Brook said...

All the best to you in 2010 Cathy!

Cathy said...

Sweet Lynne.

Here you are with good wishes for your laggardly fellow-blogger.

Save a place by your lovely brook. I'm coming to visit and happily anticipating whimsy and your heart's recordings of beauty.

jau jau said...

I traipsed on over from reading your comment at American Digest, in regards to Charles Johnson's lame photograph....The photos on your site are much much much better, and I actually want to stay here a while.

Anvilcloud said...

HNY to you and yours.

Cathy said...

Hey Jau Jau!

Thank you so much. ( blush :0)

Please drop by anytime. I'm very patchy in my postings as life is moving pretty fast and I'm not.

So much to do and so little self-discipline to motivate myself to do it.


Cathy said...

Anvil Cloud!

Soooo good to see you here as we turn toward the new year.

As I said above to my other stalwart blogging friends - I'll be checking out "Snowdrops"? to see how you and Cuppa are doing as the white stuff challenges your shoveling skills.

Happy New Year to the whole family!


bev said...

I'm a little late with the "happy new year's" but here I am. It was great to find your note on my blog this afternoon. (-:

KGMom said...

Hey Cathy--love love love the pics. Such a wonderful artistic eye you have.

Cathy said...

Thank you so much, Donna - it was a good year.

I try to remind myself to keep Looking Up - even when it's not so easy.

There's always something lovely to soothe the heart.

Mary said...

All good, Cathy. Lovely - like you.


Cathy said...

Sweet Mary,

The snow is melting from the warmth of your visit :0)


Harold said...

Here, I do not actually think this is likely to have success.