Farewell, 2012

Goodbye 2012

Goodbye 2012

This picture of my granddaughter leaving Disney made me think of how our trip there resembled the year in many ways.

We had lots of fun, saw new sights, and felt the thrill of the ride.  There were long walks and we are leaving tired, but happy.

There were lessons learned, we met some new people, encountered many oddities, watched life “parade” by.

We spent too much money, but the memories made were priceless.

It’s time to say adios, farewell, goodbye.

Looking forward to the New Year and new opportunities, challenges, and friendships.


  1. 🙂 I think this picture sums it all up nicely too! Thank you and God bless your 2013!

  2. Picture of Ayda is so precious! I love your posts. We must count our blessings!

  3. Perfect.

  4. Thank you!


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