Well, it’s been quite a year! Most notably, we’re all collectively still here, no Mayan Apocalypse. Whew! I’m thankful for so many people online who offer support to me throughout the year, both here and on Twitter. I treasure our friendships. Everyone has his or her own unique and valuable perspectives, which create constant learning experiences for me. I wouldn’t miss this for the world!
Happy New Year!
@HealthyPlace “Luxury is not a necessity to me, but beautiful and good things are.” ~ Anaïs Nin
@pourmecoffee The Cancer Card Xchange (@thecancercardx) — donate your gift cards to cancer patients.
[SEO: Such a great idea! How many gift cards do you forget you even have, or really aren’t of interest to you?]
@Tamavista “‘We shall never know all the good that a simple smile can do.’ ~ Mother Teresa (Especially in Mall parking lots)”
@SarahEOlson2009 100 Things We’ll Never Forget – 2012 (via Business Insider)
[The good, the bad, the beautiful, the embarrassing, and the truly funny.]
@drkkolmes “Psychotherapist challenge: Let’s make 2013 the year that we can stop using the phrase, ‘It’s all grist for the mill.’ Come on. I dare you.”
@reedtome Amazing snow sculpture. Happy Winter! (via @ErikWahl)
[SEO: This is huge and gorgeous! I have no idea how (apparently) one man can maintain scale and perspective in such a complex sculpture. But he does, wonderfully!]
@pourmecoffee “So we’re going to hit the debt ceiling then go off the fiscal cliff. I assume an anvil lands on us after that.”
@BeyondMeds Henri 5, “The Worst Noël”! The newest HENRI the cat!! (YouTube)
[SEO: The storyline may seem familiar to you. :)]
@pourmecoffee “Hope Santa is not using Apple Maps.”
@noveldoctor [The day after the non-apocalypse] “Yesterday’s advice, ‘write like there’s no tomorrow,’ still applies today. But now you have time for revisions, too.”
@SarahEOlson2009 I’m Climbing Up The Christmas Tree Neow! (YouTube)
[SEO: Pretty much what cats do if you insist on leaving this new playground out for them. They’re cats! :)]
@Tamavista “Losing an illusion makes you wiser than finding a truth.” ~ Ludwig Börne