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Happy New Year 2013

 

Happy New Year 2013

Happy New Year from the Sandbox.   Hoping that 2013 will be a year of peace, love and personal happiness to you all.

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Gorgeous shot Val. Hope you have a better time in 2013. I have not started out well, I have lost all my photos from my blog changing to Google+:(
Pamela Gordon said…
What a beautiful photo Valerie. Wishing you all the best in 2013! Blessings, Pamela
Catherine said…
And to you as well!
xo Catherine
Lorrie Orr said…
Happy New Year, Valerie.
Stunning shot, Valerie. It reminds me of the photos my dad used to take of flowers - always with a black background to make the colours pop.

Hoping this year brings you lots of joy.
Ida said…
Lovely photo of the Christmas Cactus. Happy New Year to you and yours.
Lori E said…
Happy New Year. I love the Christmas cactus because my father-in-law used to have a greenhouse full of them every year. They had one special one they put on their big round coffee table that would completely cover the whole table and touch the floor with all the blooms. It was amazing.
Happy New Year, Valerie! Wow that is a lovely photo of my favorite houseplant. (I've had the same Christmas Cactus since college, such a delight when she starts to bloom.)
Rosie Nixon said…
So pretty - hope you have a happy and peaceful New Year too Valerie.

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