Well, this is my last post for 2006 … and a strange one at that. Sorry for the inconsistencies in posting over the past couple of weeks. Hubby and I decided to take a trip south to visit relatives (Alabama and Georgia) over Christmas, and I returned home with more than presents and fond memories. I brought back the flu, and have spent the past three days hunkered down on the couch recuperating with lots of hot tea and chicken soup. I can’t complain though; this has been a fabulous and exciting year for me personally and professionally. Life is great and business is booming. I have been blessed with a wonderful family, great friends and the best clients I could ever hope to have … what more could a girl want?
On this last day of 2006, I’d like to thank everyone for stopping by Virtually This and That from time to time, and for putting up with my occasional incoherent ramblings (fortunately not very often ;-). I wish you all a very blessed and prosperous new year in 2007!
I’ve been tagged? Blog tagged that is. This is a new one to me, but I’ve enjoyed checking out some of the other tag links after I was tagged by Denise Aday in her I Guess the Holiday Haitus is Over post. The theme of the tag is “5 things you didn’t know about me.” It looks like fun, and I’d hate to be a party-pooper; so in an effort to keep the ball rolling, here are (although not very exciting) 5 things you didn’t know about me:
- I am a hopeless romantic
- I lived in South Korea for two years … adopted a son while I was there, went to the demilitarized zone and actually stepped over the line into North Korea.
- My dog smiles at my husband and I when we return after being gone for more than a day or so. I think she likes my husband more though; all I get is her normal smile, but she grins from ear to ear and shows teeth when she smiles at him.
- I got a small tattoo while in Hawaii with a bunch of women … and had a friend video the process so I could take it home and show my husband.
- I collect eggs … yes eggs. Ceramic, glass, natural stone, real eggs that have been blown out and hand painted, etc. Right now I have approximately 250, with the smallest being a tiny Faberge egg with tiny diamonds on it and only about 3/4 of an inch high, and the largest being a real Emu egg (a natural dusky blue) that is about 8 inches high.
Until next year …
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