Tuesday, January 9, 2018

A New Year, Already Flying

Flying Point Beach
Getting warm.
Southampton
I recently discovered that the First Presbyterian church shelters the homeless from November through March. First Pres. is one of the local churches participating in Maureen's Haven program, where houses of worship give shelter to those in need. 
Girlfriends at Turtle Pond
We are beginning the year with crisply cold, snowy weather. I am still catching up with family for holiday cheer. I love the multi-day, multi-state celebrations. It multiplies the joy of the season for me. The cold weather has been good for bundling indoors and counting blessings. I am fortunate to have a healthy husband who is my best friend and true love, wonderful family on both sides, a job that provides. (Right about now, Hugh would have me knock wood.) For resolutions? To be kind and do the best I can, to give it my all, no matter what it may be.
I wish you and yours all the best in the New Year.

4 comments:

  1. Happy New Year! It's beautiful in your part of the world, despite or maybe because of all the snow. We have it here in Michigan too -- cold to the max, but warming, they say. I know what you mean about spreading out the cheers. I couldn't agree more!

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  2. Looks like here! Cure grateful post Gail:) Mes meilleurs voeux pour 2018.
    Love your cheery necklace:)

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