Out with the old, in so many words

by | Jan 1, 2011 | Uncategorized

new adj.

original

unspoiled

novel

fresh

unfamiliar

cutting-edge

improved

untouched

pristeen

unused

beckoning

untried

refreshed

 

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Happy New Year! May 2011 be the best and brightest for you and yours.

~Kim

 

5 Comments

  1. Briana

    Happy New Year to you too! The beginning of a fresh new year, it is so exciting.

    Reply
  2. Kim

    @JoJo: Snow . . . which I only see from a distance on Cucamonga Peak. LOL! But doesn’t fresh snowfall seem to embody the idea of newness?

    Reply
  3. Kim

    @Briana: I couldn’t agree more. I love the idea of New Year’s. Reminds me of this quotation from Anne of Green Gables: “Isn’t it nice to think that tomorrow is a new day with no mistakes in it yet?”

    With that in mind, isn’t it nice to think that 2011 is a new year with no mistakes in in yet?

    Reply
  4. Janet

    And may 2011 be a wonderful year for all of us! 🙂

    Reply

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