Friday, January 1, 2010
A New Year
Summer is just around the corner now.
Kinda cool, that full moon on New Years Eve, and the blue moon to boot. Two full moons in December of 2009. I thought I was going to have a fire outside in the fire pit last night in honor of that full moon. I managed to look at it, and look at the light cast over the land on the snow. That reflection made the night seem like daytime. It was beautiful.
For some, the new calendar year means a celebration. Out to party or revel with friends at one or the others home. My youngest daughter went to a party at a friend's house. the eldest went to a hockey game with her husband. We stayed home and had the Grand kids overnight. The two little ones went o sleep about 10:00 p.m. I made it to eleven. I won't know if Mrs. Spadoman and the other two stayed up to see the ball drop.
No matter if you recognize it or not, it is a new year on the calendar. Many have sent greetings of a happy and prosperous new year. I send that greeting to you all as well. And I add that your days be good for you and all you hold dear, not just for now, but for eternity.
Happy New Year and Peace and Love to all.
Oh, are we saying. "Twenty ten"?
Or is it "Two Thousand ten"?
What are you calling it? And why?
More Peace throughout the land.