Friday, December 31, 2010

2010 I am over you.

2010 has been a year of ups and downs. 

It was a year of travelling. It started in Denver:




Then I went to Louisville:




Blogher 2010 was a lot of fun!




Finally, I rounding my travelling out with a random trip to Pittsburgh:



2011 is shaping up to be a travel year to with trips already planned for a group cruise in June and Blogher ‘11 in San Diego. Who knows what air fare deals I will find next. 

I did some knitting in 2010. It is another resolution of mine to knit more and to learn how to crochet.




I have been working on the Susie Hoodie from the book, More Big Girl Knits. I will finish this in 2011.

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My mood was all over the place in 2010. It on a down note since I was poofed and Dad had the first strokes before Christmas and  then took a little bit of a plunge this fall. I am on top of it and it will be better in 2011.

I really want Dad to have a stroke free 2011 and I have fears that it won’t be. I worry about him a lot. 2010 was all downhill for my Mom and 2011 will not be different but I want her to be happy and don’t want her to suffer.


I am thankful that I have continued with this blog. It has helped me through the hard and the good times. When I started the blog, I never would have thought people besides me would read it.  It will be around for 2011.

I will not wait for life to take me for a ride in 2011. I will be taking life for a ride in 2011. Watch out world.

3 comments:

  1. I like what you wrote and I DO like that knitting of yours! :)
    Here's to a marvelous 2011!

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  2. Trust me, knitting is way harder than crocheting! You'll pick it up in no time :)

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  3. I love your attitude about 2011! ☺ Keep it up!
    WOW knitting a sweater!? I am so excited when I can crochet my family their chore mitts (they get worn UNDER leather mitts where no one else will see them!lol)
    I hope your dad has a healthier year. My dad is a TBI survivor and lives in a personal care home so I understand the stress on a daughter when a parent is not well.
    I look forward to reading more of your blog (past and present) in 2011!

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