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Every once in awhile I've posted A Year in Review with pictures from each moth along with the first sentence of the first post of each month. The sentence and pictures may not be of the same subject. Instead of 10 Things I Did That Made Me Feel Proud, my Ten on Tuesday is this years review. 

January - "Happy,Happy New Year, friends!! Here it is a fresh new year, all dusted off from the trappings of 2014. 


February  - "In the center of our community garden is one of only 18 known labyrinths in Utah.


March -"Saturday was cold, somewhat wet but Smith and I made the best of the day by spending leisurely time together."


 April - "As of late, Vicki has been my hero. She not only helped me (inspired me, really) to change my banner, but  also dyed the yarn for my next project, Romi's Mystery Shawl 2015."


May - "I needed the weekend more than I can express and (of course) it went by in a flash."


June - "My day starts with KRCL's Acoustic Sunrise, as John plays a variety of tunes that ease me into my day."


July - "Something shifted in my life, I'm not sure exactly what or why, but before 2010 I was more productive when it came to knitting (and probably, everything else). "


August - "My weekend was broken up into segments, the total of which left me no time to do the usual errands and chores."


September - "I intended to have all sorts of pictures for you but we spent a serendipitous evening with our neighbors, which means my blogging time was used up, but I did pull together a list for Carole's 10 Seemingly Ordinary Things That Bring You Joy."

October - "Once upon a time, I made amazing pieces of lace, they were a frippery, a lovely indulgence, a glorious bit of fun, and, often time, challenging, demanding, a test of endurance."


November -"Instead of complaining about the loss of light, or being elated about the extra hour in my day, I'm going to go with the flow (once my body clock is reset a few days from now)."


December - "Carole made sure we could easily post  Tis, after all, Ten on Tuesday!

Another year over, another yet to come. Here's to 2016 being a fabulous year for us all. 


What a fantastic year! I am inspired by your Alabama Chanin work - so beautiful!!!

Here is to 2016 being amazing! Happy New Year!

Oh, Margene, this is beautiful! I'm looking forward to another year of your stunning photos and meaningful words. Wishing you much health, happiness, love, and creativity in 2016.

What a perfect post! Beautiful images and memories for a very good year. Cheers, Margene. Looking forward to sharing 2016 with you. XO

Wishing a happy and satisfying new year to you and Smith.

What glorious photos! I have done the one-sentence year in review before and you have inspired me to do it again. Best to you in 2016!

Your photos and writing illustrated what a beautiful year you had. I'm glad to have been a part of it!

I'd say it looks like a pretty good year.
I really love the April photo.

Such beautiful photos! The sentiments aren't too shabby either. I hope you and Smith have a wonderful New Year's.

Oh, so wonderful!! I love revisiting all of these projects and, of course, your beautiful view in all seasons. Here's to a fabulous 2016 for you!! xo

Every one of these made me happy, but I especially love the picture of the bird and its shadow...and the Chaninista pix! May 2016 be filled with lovely stitching, many joys, and excellent health! xxx

That jay picture is amazing! Beautiful photos.

Loved this year in review. You live in such a breathtaking place-and you make some breathtaking things! I never saw the jay with his shadow photo when you posted it--it is amazing and really a special photo --and you know how picky I am ;-) . I am looking forward to following your making and enjoying life in 2016!

It's nice to review all these happy moments.

I love seeing the snippets of your life and your moods.

What a wonderful year you have had!!!! I love seeing all your handmade creations. So beautiful.

You had a good one. :) Here's to a wonderful 2016 for all of us!

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