Later, 2011. You were great, but we’re through. Hello, Two-Zero-One-Two!

We’re just hours away from a Happy New Year. How exciting! I started to write this post as a re-cap of 2011 and all the wonderful things it brought, but I’ll be honest – it sounded too much like those family newsletters people stuff into their holiday cards. Not the cute funny ones, but the way-too-wordy reflective kind. So I deleted it. It just wasn’t me. Instead, I’ll keep it short. 2011 was a great year for us. We spent a lot of quality time with family. We traveled. We worked around the house. We harvested our first pineapple. We made new friends. And we were happy. Were there any bumps in the road? Sure. But overall, there was a whole lot to be grateful for. Thank you so much for sharing it with us. Here’s hoping that 2012 is even better. Not just for us, but for all of you, as well. The Complete Package and I wish you peace, happiness, prosperity and adventure in the coming year. And just to hedge our bets, we’ll eat a plate full of luck in honor of all of you on January 1st. We hope 2012 will be your best year yet.

Love to you & yours,
NanaBread & The Complete Package



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10 responses to “Later, 2011. You were great, but we’re through. Hello, Two-Zero-One-Two!

  1. Big Sis

    Happy New Year to you also!!! Hope 2012 is full of wonderful possibilites for all. love you!!

  2. Right back at cha m’dear! Happy New Year and to LOTS and LOTS of fabulous things for you and TCP this next year XOXO! ~M

  3. Cindy

    The same well wishes to you my friend. We are having almost identical New Year’s Day meals. We are having pork, but in the form of a fried pork chop.Add a huge pot of fresh black-eyed peas with ham and a steaming pot of bacon laden cabbage and you’ve got to put on the yoga pants for the definite expanse to come!

    • You have to love New Year’s Day in the south. Nothing beats pork, cabbage & black-eyed peas today! Hope your 2012 is filled with all kinds of good luck, Cindy.

  4. Kat

    Oh, Happy New Year! I hope that this year is blessed and full of family and health for you and TCP. 2011 was certainly a gift in the most unexpected of ways. XO.

    p.s. That Pineapple really was an excellent adventure.

    • Happy New Year, Kat! Hope you and Marcus had a blast ringing in your first New Years as a married couple. There are so many exciting years to come for you! I hope 2012 is even more exciting and rewarding. Hugs to you both – j

  5. Happy New Year! I’m with Kat…loved the pineapple.

    • Thanks, Thoughtsy! Happy New Year to you, as well. Hope it’s a great one. And as for the pineapple, we still have eight (yes, 8) pineapple plants on the patio, so stay tuned!

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