Posted by: Kate | January 4, 2014

Happy New Year!

Our New Year’s Day tradition is to get out in the fresh air and go for a family walk. This year was an afternoon stroll in between rain showers.

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Here’s looking towards a new year of peace, health, contentment and as much adventure as makes you excited but not anxious. Bring on 2014!

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(My Word for 2014 is coming up tomorrow, I’m working on it!)

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  1. Happy New Year Kate! Going for a walk is a great tradition. We are fortunate to live in a part of Canada where that can happen without getting frostbite. :-)

    • Isn’t that the truth!!

  2. Happy New Year for 2014 dear Kate and family! I love your hats!! You all look very happy :) Chika’s looking happy as can be, too.

    Let us see what the New Year brings :)

    • Happy New Year to you and all your family, Kim!

  3. What a great tradition. I think we walked around the property… it’s kind of a blur, from day to day, these days. :) Happy 2014!

    • Yes, I vaguely remember those blurred days! All the best to your little family in 2014!

  4. happy new years to you and your family kate!!!
    i hope it is a wonderful year for all of you!!
    love that last photo of you and mr. kate, and of course the chicka photo!!
    (he’s so handsome!!!!! arf arf!)

    • Hee hee, the Chika photos are always for you and Rachel!


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