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Thank you for blogging and happy new year!

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That's it!

We are about to conclude 2009. I am thrilled to have finally begun something I have been curious about for awhile: blogging, and that it turned out to be a wonderful experience. The friends I found and the interaction with them are the highlights of my online social life this year and I intend to have the same or more next year and next....

There are beautiful bloggers to whom I would like to express my gratitude and appreciation through this

given to me by Mommy Moments host Chris at the Mommy Journey:

Thom, whose playground Thom's Place 4 Well Whatever is a very interesting read; for becoming my no. 1 bloggy friend, always leaving me comments that are guaranteed to put a smile on my face if not make me fall off my chair laughing

Lisa of Lisa Notes for her significantly inspiring posts, always well-written and lovingly hits where it is reasonably necessary. I feel blessed every time I visit her blog

Anya of KARELTJE en ikke!!! for spreading her message of love and kindness to animals, specifically felines

Rose of Nostalgic Marveling for sharing tales of her lovely family. I love your personality, sis :)

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Cj and I are joining family and friends in a resort town three hours from Bangkok. We are meeting the new year there. We leave on Thursday, December 31st and will be back on Saturday, January 2nd.

Here's wishing all of us a happy, bountiful 2010!


Anonymous said…
Well my friend I can say the same about you as well. Mahalo big time for the award. It will most likely be posted while you and CJ are out cruising the Resort towns while the rest of us have to suffer and work ROFLMAO! I have so much enjoyed getting to know you and just being able to be myself here and know that you can fire right back. It's been wonderful. And CJ is such a lucky little kid to have you has his mom. As I have said before. you two make a great pair...pssst...dont' forget Disneyland next year. I hope for all the best for the both of you in 2010. Be safe, healthy and happy but above all love!!! Happy New Years and Mahalo xoxoxox
Anya said…
THANK you Hazel :-)
We are also so Happy to meet you !!
Always funny words to read
also serious lines .... LOL
I love your Mommy moments
Your blog is UNIQUE :-)

Have a very happy New Year
and a wonderful and happy 2010 :-)
Keep blogging !!

Hugs from us

Kareltje =^.^=
Anya :-)
Anya said…
Your award had a special place

On the top ....... LOL

I had found also a silly picture for New Year
"Maybe we are looking so when we are coming out our bed "1 Jan 2010"

Chubskulit Rose said…
Sobs.. sobs... hikbi... sniff... wahhhhhh ayan na touched naman ako dito sis. I am also glad to have met you online, you are one of those honest ones na sasabihin talaga ang nasa loob hehehe. Luvya sis!

May the coming year be filled with so much love and happinss for both you and CJ (I applaud you for raising handsome alone). Take care and enjoy your vacation.. Teka.. bakit serious ata.. sandali mali ito hahaha, sama kaya ako sayo ara mawala tong dysmenorrhea ko hahaha. Mwah!
Lisa notes... said…
How blessed I feel to make your list! It is quite an honor, and I appreciate your kindness. You offer so much uniqueness to the bloggy world, and I'm glad I've gotten to know you this year! Happy New Year to you!
Paula said…
Wishing you and your family a Happy New Year!

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Maude Lynn said…
Happy New Year!
Rajesh said…
Wish you Happy & Prosperous New Year.
Genefaith said…
happy new year sis:)
Hazel said…
Many many thanks, Thom for becoming my awesome bloggy friend. I'm so glad you feel yourself with my blog. That's very important to me. WOOT!

Thanks Anya. I enjoy your blog too!

Naku sis, dysme pala hahahah!

Lisa, I'm so happy to have found your blog and being blessed by it. Thank you so much!

Paula, Mama Zen, Rajesh and
Genejosh, happy new year!

May 2010 be the best yet for all of us!
Anya said…
Happy New Year
or in Dutch we say
Gelukkig Nieuwjaar :-)

Kareltje =^.^=
Anya :-)
Hazel said…
Thanks, Anya and Kareltje :)

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