Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Happy New Year

As I traveled the roads today in my last ditch effort to get miles put on my van...not really, just had some people to see...I found myself reflecting on our year...between bathroom stops. Here are a few thoughts of mine or the girls ( they are funnier)...

1. Beauty is truly in the eye of the beholder. My girls tell me frequently how pretty I am.

2. No one has ever been in my corner the way Steve is...he would always be my first pick unless we are playing Canasta, then he's OUT!

3. Olivia is not Jewish, even though she likes to proclaim she is, but her practiced southern drawl will crack up the most serious person.

4. I have the best bunch of friends a girl could chose, whether it is a face I see in person, or a friend who writes words that I read on a blog.

5. "Thinking of others first", "not having something to say if it is not nice", and "no snatching" are rules to live by.

6. We will most likely add another person to our family in the next year.

These are just a few of our thoughts...we are a blessed family and so thankful God takes care of us. We look with expectation to the new year, 2009, which holds a wealth of memories and a storehouse of blessings.
As you can see, our family likes to do it a little here it is 8:45 p.m. and we are toasting in the new year. CHEERS! to all of you! Now off to bed!


Lisa Harper said...

Jill...I love the new look of your blog! I think it's a great new style for 09. Good luck with the new addition to your family. Happy New Year! --lisa

lori said...

Happy new year..

Leslie said...

I have always thought you were pretty too. The girls are correct. Happy New Year! I am glad the Porvazniks do it up right.

Stephanie said...

You are pretty! Happy New Year!!!

Luke said...

Happy New Year!


Xandra@Heart-of-Service said...

I think one of the biggest fights of our marriage was ove a heated game of Canasta! LOL!

Love the list of thoughts.

Happy New Year!


Jeanne said...

How did I miss this blog??
You are beautiful Mrs. Jill in every way! Happy New Year to your getting ready to be family of 5!!

Melissa said...

This was great...I enjoyed reading your reflections about the last year and what's to come.

We celebrated Hanukkah this year...Olivia would have loved lighting the Menorah and playing Dreidel, Dreidel with two played and won lots of gelt this year!