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12 January 2011

Dusting off the cobwebs...

Underneath the crystalline shroud of winter, (albeit a southern California winter) life is moving slowly in Museville. The twelve days of Christmas ended last week, our friends from Sweden bid us farewell and flew into their bright shiny new year back home. The pace here is relaxed - the great exhale after the hustle and bustle of the holidays and year's end still lingers in the air.



The last of the holiday decor has been boxed, wrapped and swept from the house and into memory. The shortest day of the year behind us, a slow charge is starting to creep into the Museville residents. Classes started for PTH - he's off to fill minds with creative thoughts again. Royal Sonshine returns from his European venture tomorrow. For me, it's time to regroup, prioritize and get focused. Lots to do around here. Stay tuned as we finally get somewhere with all of these unfinished projects around the place and have some results to share.

The New Year is looking good and feeling fine. Onward we go.
xo Isa

13 comments:

Helen said...

The photo accompanying your post is stunning! Looking forward to Isa and her world in 2011!

Deborah said...

Isa, you write like a dream. So many talents you have. Cheers to a happy, healthy New Year for all! **blows kisses** Deb

Lone said...

Hej Isa.
Vil bare lige fortælle dig at jeg er glad for at du er begyndt at skrive på din blog igen.
Kh Lone - Danmark

Di Overton said...

Happy New Year! Thanks so much for your kind words on my blog, cheered me up when I felt a bit low xx
By the way I am adding your lovely blog to my Blogroll.

Musings From A French Cottage said...

Your photo is gorgeous and it goes so well with your words!

Beautiful!

xo,
Kathleen

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Best wishes for the new year Isa.. you will be glad to have your son back .. lucky boy with adventure in Europe...

Thanks for the kind words re the floods.. it too sad for words.. xxx Julie

Mélanie A. said...

Love your photo and your words are magic

Linda@ Lime in the Coconut said...

Yay!!!! I wanna~ selfishly~ see your projects!!!

cityfarmer said...

Such a positive outlook ...

I think I shall take it on as my mantra.

red ticking said...

lovely post and onward we go... putting up valentine windows today at red ticking... why not? we all love it right?

wishing you a peaceful and happy new year... xx pam

Fifi Flowers said...

Hope the new year is FAB for you!

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EFT for Cancer said...

Hope we all have a great new year ahead full of hopes and dreams.