Monday, December 31, 2007

The Year In Review At Homer's Travels

This has been an interesting year full of new experiences. I had a great time posting to Homer's Travels even when it was hard to come up with things to post about. Homer's Travels accomplished it's job of keeping the family and friends informed of what we're up to and what's on my mind. I even picked up a few friends along the way - an unexpected, but welcome, benefit that I am grateful for.

Here is 2007 in links:
  • We went to several concerts this year - most of them in October. We saw:
  • I was a slow reader managing to finish only 8 books this year - not as many as I'd wanted.
I want to thank the "J" for putting up with our antics this year and being such a good friend and travel companion. I want to thank everyone who takes the time to visit Homer's Travels - your comments are always welcome and are a source of smiles and chortles.

Next year will be a year of change for us and I will try to keep you all posted (I promise not to be as down as my last post).

Here's to a Happy and Prosperous New Year for all. May all your dreams come true in 2008.

6 comments:

  1. That is quite a year you've had, HD! Congrats on all you've done.

    I hope you and the wife have a wonderful New Year! :)

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  2. GH: Thanks! It's been pretty busy but it's ending quietly.

    Happy New Year to you too!

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  3. Wow! What a year you have had. 2008 will be a big one for you and the Wife. I know that the Altar Boy, Altar Boy's Wife, and Godson as well as Best Man and I wish you and the Wife the very best New Year!

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  4. MoH, BM, GS, AB, AB's W: Thank you and the Wife and I wish you all a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2008. Can't wait to start doing stuff with yous guys!

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  5. That makes me think that I've got a lot to catch up with. Especially regarding activities and hiked miles...

    I like hiking but there is always a moment when I feel like doing something else, just in order to let my motivation level going back up.

    May you have a happy new year.

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  6. gany: I did do a lot last year. Mostly because we are leaving the area this summer and I want to see and do as much around here as I can. I just wish I'd started hiking a lot earlier.

    Thank you for visiting my humble blog and Happy New Years to you as well.

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