Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Have Fun!

Merry Christmas! Happy Hannukah! Happy New Year!



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10 comments:

K.B. said...

May you all celebrate your holidays with those who love you best and who you love best. May you have the best of all possible new years, with many very happy returns. May you find success, however you define it, and love and happiness...and boldness! :)

Peggy Payne said...

Many thanks, K.B. Eloquent and generous.

K.B. said...

It's funny -- on another forum I post on regularly, we were trying to think of three single words that we could use to describe 2008 for us. So many of us came up with two positive words and one word that was either negative or at least that implied some sort of chaos, that we all finally re-realized that without pain there is no growth!

So I suppose I might add to the list: May your pain and troubles never be greater than you can deal with at any given time!

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Peggy Payne said...

What were your three words, K.B.?

K.B. said...

Mine were:

Frustrating
Educational
Amazing

Peggy Payne said...

That's either a satisfying year. Or a valuable reframing of a difficult one. Sounds as if it has ended in a good place, K.B. .

K.B. said...

All at once. :) A lot of my life has been out of my control and in the hands of others for the entire year. In a way it still is. That's very aggravating and frustrating for someone like me, who likes to have Plan A, Plan B, Plan C, and possibly D, E, and F. And maybe G. If I need it, H is a possibility too.

So my year has been a lot of learning to let life take its own time, of reacting rather than leading or prodding or steering.

And I've traveled the world, learned a lot of new people, and I'm still learning.

Can't think of a better place to be!

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Not long ago, I have thought about something like that, but I did not realize you are so deep, it seems that I need to continuously strengthen the learning!

Peggy Payne said...

To the person from the Chinese website: welcome. Could you write your name in the English alphabet? Or your online name?

To K.B.: When I find my fate too much in the hands of others, I tend to change my hair color. Once in particular, when I wanted to hurry the Indian government along in giving me a visa.