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All Blog Posts Tagged '2009' (3)

Are you an 'X'er?

No, I haven’t lost my mind.



And, no, I haven’t forgotten how to spell. Let me explain.



On Friday night, my husband and I had a date night. I honestly can’t remember the last time we had the chance to just sit and talk….and LISTEN to each other. It was perfect timing. Just after New Year’s. We talked about 2008 and how so many of the things that happened, both to us and to our world have shifted our perspective.



We also talked about our hopes and plans for 2009.… Continue

Added by Danielle Smith on January 4, 2009 at 10:17pm — No Comments

Best Wishes For A Fine 2009!

Wishing you all the best for the coming year, may your 2009 be fine! According to the definition of "fine" I hope that you feel that everything in your life is... of superior quality, skill or appearance. I wish that you enjoy fine health this year.

Added by Melody Thacker on December 31, 2008 at 11:10pm — No Comments

Happy New Year

Just wanted to address MBC as a whole and say Happy New Year to everyone!
Looking forward to 2009, hoping for an upgrade from '08.
I am thankful for all of the friendships I've developed here.

Rick

Added by Rick Bucich on December 31, 2008 at 7:34pm — No Comments

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