Can you believe that it’s the last day of 2011? The older I get, the faster time seems pass by.
Our house is in the terrible transition of putting away Christmas. Cleaning up makes a terrible mess! Even with a mess in just about every room of the house, I had to pull out my vintage New Year cards to share for the beginning of 2012.
The cards belonged to various great-great aunts, mostly Willie. I don’t have a picture of Willie, but I’ll share one of two of her sisters, Fannie and Lulie. I took this picture of a picture at my aunt’s house the other day. It’s too bad that the glass gave such a glare. Fannie is on the left and Lulie is on the right. Fannie raised my grandmother and was a milliner. I think my grandmother looked a lot like Lulie.
I hope you have a wonderful new year. To be honest, I’m glad to see this year go. I haven’t been a very happy person this year, mostly due to my back problems and not being able to do the things I like to do. I start a new treatment next Thursday and am very hopeful that 2012 will be the year that I finally get back to normal!
I wish the best for each of you for 2012!