Wednesday, January 4, 2012

THE CALM AFTER THE STORM



Belatedly I write: Happy Holidays, Happy New Year, Happy Life, May joy and laughter always flavor your life. However, these thoughts have no seasonal or time constraints. I always wish you these things.

I've been away from blogging because a storm of friendly, loving and delightful people have gone through my life and house during the holidays. It was wonderful and joyous as well as a lot of work and change in routine. All storms are like that.

My busy time made me remember what my grandmother used to say about people who become stressed and get little done when they face minimal challenges. She said: "They drown in a cup of water." That's me. I drowned.

Resuscitated, I now enjoy the calm in which I thrive best.

I missed you all and am SO glad to be back.

I hope this year brings us all much peace, love, creativity and more true friends.

11 comments:

  1. i am glad you have found the calm after that storm...i was feeling it as well this holiday...so merry christmas. happy new year. and welcome back...smiles...

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  2. smiles... some times easy to drown in a cup of water - but glad you survived and we have you back here in blogworld - lots of blessings and joy for the new year myrna..

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  3. I'm so glad you were busy and enjoying the holidays. I have missed you and I'm really glad to see you back.

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  4. Wishing you wonderful days, every day.

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  5. Happy New Year, my friend! And welcome back.

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  6. LOL You're doing fine!



    Aloha from Waikiki
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  7. So true - messages year round. Sounds nice to have family/friends through the holidays and then nice to have a little calm upon return. Thank you for your always sweet, kind comments.

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  8. nothing but goodness and peace from this point on. WELCOME back my friend! big monkey smile here :))))))))))))

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  9. p.s. my word verification was "catsio" ... ohhh so close!

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  10. Glad to have you back, dearest Myrna. You were a quiet and calming presence in the Blogworld and without you we were missing that little oasis of calm.

    Happy to be reading you again.

    Hope the year started on a wonderful note for you and your family.

    Take good care of yourself and continue the posts.

    Big hugs and much love with joy,
    Susan

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  11. Yes, you should always stay calm no-matter what the situation, so that is why you always have to keep calm and carry on.

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