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Grateful for 25th December

On this day,
Saturday, 25th December 2010
I'm grateful for all my on-line friends
And if your name doesn't appear above
I'm still holding you in


Noelle Renee said…
Dearest Sue,
What an unexpected and sweet surprise! I am deeply touched. Thank you so much my dear. A very merry Christmas to you and your sweet family and a glorious New Year. I wish you Joy, Abundance and Peace.
Kat Sloma said…
Thank you so much Sue! Beautiful image and I'm so honored to be included. I so very much appreciate your friendship and getting to know you online this year. :) I hope you had a wonderful Christmas with your family!

Big hugs,
rebecca said…
my darling!!!
this is so beautiful!!!! i have been away from the computer immersed in family. what a true delight to return and find you honoring this amazing extended family we all have in each other!
i look forward to our journey into the new year and all we are destined to share.
love to you sue!
Boonie S said…
This is very sweet,
.... and I'm very flattered.
Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Have a great holiday, and an excellent 2011,
from Boonie and Mrs S
rebecca said…
missing you...please tell me you are fine. it is snowing here and looking as lovely as YOU!
Annie said…
omigosh! There I am! I love what you have done here making a Christmas tree filled with friendship.
rebecca said…
sue...perfect haiku in my comment section...
you should post it with your stunning photo of crystals,(your backdrop photo) and link to us.

i am joyous with knowing you and look forward to our new year together!

turquoise cro said…
O!!!! Sue!!! I thought I would come and check on YOU today and LOOK what I found!!! That is the SWEETEST tree I've seen for a while, that is soOOOOOOo thoughtful!!! I'll be thinking of this wonderful tree YOU made in church tonight and saying a SWEET prayer for YOU!!! Thank YOU!!(((((Sue))))hugging kind of too tight but it does make us giggle!!! hehe
Jane said…
Awww ... beautiful! I've been vacationing like crazy, and am happy to come here to see your lovely tree on this first day of the year! Thank you ... it's the sweetest! Happy 2011 to you.
Big, warm hugs!!

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