Friday, December 31, 2010

2010 In Review

First, I want to thank all of you who have visited with me and helped me get through this year. While I don't get many comments on my little blog, I appreciate those of you who take the time to stop by and wish me well. I've met some of the nicest women since I started this blog, and while I haven't met any of you in person, I feel like I know some of you well.

The last two years have been rough, but I made it through and so did you. I'm looking forward to getting my life back on track in 2011.

Overall, I managed to get a few things accomplished around here. I've painted my spare bathroom, painted my front porch, started a front walkway, and painted my kitchen.

I've rescued one starving dog that was chained to a tree, taken in and vetted one kitten and one cat, and rescued five abandoned bantam chickens. I've seen Princess through surgery for thyroid cancer and Blair through her treatment for heartworms.

I've made skirts and robes for my little granddaughters, a jacket for my mother, and gifts for friends and family.

And last but certainly not least, I landed a good job!

The year has gone by quickly and I have lots of projects I hope to complete in the coming year. I can't wait to see all the new projects you come up with. It's so much fun visiting all the lovely blogs and getting completely overloaded on eye candy and inspiration!

I hope each and every one of you have a happy and healthy new year!

See you in 2011!!


Patty Sumner said...

Phyllis, what a blessings. I hope you hae joyous and blessed New Year. May 2011 hold great blessings for you!

T's Daily Treasures said...

Happy New Year Phyllis! I love your previous post with the pups running around and enjoying the snow. They must bring you such joy and companionship. Wishing you all the best. 2011 is gonna be your year! Blessings of peace, joy and love. Tammy

giantspeckledchihuahua said...

Phyllis, you're starting off the New year in a pretty wonderful place. I always think that gratitude and success are tightly meshed.

That's quite a list of accomplishments! Especially, considering the challenges you faced!

Wishing you and yours many sunny(but not too hot) days,love, laughter, good health and success in all your endeavors, throughout the New Year!
xox Stumpy and me

A New England Life said...

I'm glad you're doing well Phyllis. Hopefully the job is as good as you had hoped it would be!

The sad thing about animals is that you could save 10 but there's 100 behind them that have the same problems. It breaks my heart. Kids and animals should never, ever have to suffer.