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Life in the Sandbox 2010



Like fine wine I would say it has been a very good year.    I look forward to seeing what 2011 will bring.   I look forward to your encouragement and friendship dear bloggers.   Happy New Year.   Valerie


Shirley said…

Happy New Year to you too! I look forward to more adventures in the sandbox in the coming year!
Hi Val
Happy New Year!
It's been a fun year blogging and we've come a long way baby! :-)
Happy New Year to you and your sandbox!
Buckeroomama said…
Here's to a blessed 2011 for you and your family! :)
justine said…
I absolutely love your wonderful montage here. Have a wonderful new year, see you in 2011
Happy New Year to you too!

My eldest gets married this year - I wonder if you'll have a wedding this year too!
Barbara said…
Have a wonderful 2011, and happy gardening xx
Janice said…
Happy New Year to you too!
maiaT said…
Lovely collection of 2010 flowers.

I wish you and yours all the best things in the world, for the new year.
Happy New Year!
What beautiful images of 2010. i have enjoyed your postings so much and look forward to new ones in the New Year. Happy New Year Valerie.
What a beautiful creation with birds and flowers. I look forward to more from you in 2011. Happy New Year!
Happy new year to you, too!
Georgianna said…
Hi Valerie, Beautiful images! I'm very delighted that 2010 was a very good year for you! Wishing you the best year ever in 2011. It's been a great pleasure to get to know you! – g

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