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December 24, 2009

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My year hasn't been quite what I planned, either. I find myself involved in several things I hadn't foreseen, and somewhat disengaged from what I thought would be central. Life, as always, is a work in progress.

enjoyed the diebenkorn links-thanks!finally had a moment to enjoy them. DO come out and we'll go see the OC show!

Very interesting blog post. I have a feeling many of us are looking to 2010 to be a special year.

I think many people felt it was a stalled year - for me things got done but at times it was like wading through knee deep treacle. A treacle year that what I call it

Thank you for the inspiring images and the reminder that this is a good time for us all to regroup and review our intentions.

Wishing you peace and joy and creativity this Christmas season and in the New Year!

I wish you sharp needles, strong threads, rainbows of fabric and floss in the new year. May your designs be splendiferous, your work heart felt and your art horizons expand beyond your wildest dreams.

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