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And a happy new…

December 30, 2009


We would normally spend evenings this time of the year baking cookies. And drinking wine. Movies would also be watched, especially our traditional rerun of Tim Burton’s Nightmare before Christmas. Or we would nest cosily on the couch, going through a whole year of old Bo Bedre magazines that we would bring from the library. Well, this year, December hasn’t really been the kind we are used to. This does not mean that it has been bad or that we are sitting at home being all miserable (which would be perfectly excusable considering the weather). It’s just that we missed on some of the little stuff that we would normally do. We even ran out of good tea.

But we did get to see a nice flick – the Czech film I served the King of England. And had a couple evening  strolls through charming Ljubljana. And of course, we managed to keep up with the tradition of making our own greeting cards and sending them at the very last moment.

So I really shouldn’t be complaining that much :)  Instead, let me simply wish you all the best in 2010 and thanks for spending virtual and non-virtual bits of 2009 with me.  2010 will be awsome. So I hope.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. December 31, 2009 1:19 am

    Thanks for greeting card, it’s great, and all the best in 2010 ;)

  2. January 13, 2010 3:43 am

    Wishing you four all the best from us four here!

    By the way, you beat us out with the cards. I tried, but failed. Not a single card went out this year. A first for us. On second though, it doesn’t sound like we tried much at all! Oh well.

    It’s going to be a great 2010!

    -TP

    • January 15, 2010 11:56 am

      Thanks, I do hope it turns out to be better than it started :)

      Well, the New Year cards are our tradition – CC and I have been making them for years, trying to preserve the spark of creatvity as we grow older :) They have become a sort of collecters items and some of our friends eagerly wait for the next “edition”. This year, we did linocut prints again.

      But it is also a part of our tradition that they are posted on the last few days. We only do it for friends in Slovenia and the postal service normally delivers them in one, maximum two days, so it is easy to be last-minute-lazy.

      But forget the cards, it is nice to see you back in the blogging saddle – must admitt I have been mostly lurking lately.

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