Thursday, January 1, 2009

Happy New Years!


Happy New Year to all of you from all of us here at In the Garden. May the sun shine brightly upon you all.
Make it the best ever!

Lest I forget, your "To Do List" is to relax in the garden this month. Do crafts and complete chores from last month if you haven't already. General housekeeping such as keeping up on winter weeds, finishing the mulch, and preparing for seed starting in February would all be good things to do as well.

Speaking of seeds, Monica at Garden Faerie's Musings is hosting a seed swap. If interested do visit her post for details.

in the garden....

33 comments:

  1. Happy New Year to you too, I don't feel differently tho it's another year..hee hee... *yawn* time for beddy bye.

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  2. We actually watched the clock change over on the computer (Mr. Fix-it is fixing one). It was pretty cool! Can't believe it!

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  3. Happy New Year, Tina. I hope you have a really grand year filled with flourishing flower beds, helpful gnomes, no weeds, bountiful veggie garden, etc., etc., etc...

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  4. Good morning and Happy New Year to all. Love the glorious photo. Janet

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  5. Beautiful picture! Happy New Year!

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  6. Hi Tina, happy new year to you and yours also! Thanks for giving us an easy to do list, but that won't work here. January is the month of much activity. The seeds of some things are already started so they will be large enough when it gets too hot in the greenhouse, it happens so fast as the sun rises higher in the sky. There is tons of clean up to do, the grasses need cut since new growth is already showing, and mulching and moving stuff and sticking cuttings in the ground now, the best time to have success.....got to get out there now, waiting for the temp to get above freezing! :-)
    Frances

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  7. Happy New Year to all of you "In The Garden"!
    As for me, it's time to start back eating sensibly again. BOoooooo!

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  8. Happy New Year my friend! I like your to do list, but for a minute I thought you meant more housekeeping in the house! Which has suffered greatly with blogging! Whew! I thought you had had a good look at my dusty furniture! I hope to see more of you this year and plan to attend as many of the PPS meetings as a way to start. Love the photo...great blogging minds think alike ( my post)! Happy New Year to Dawn, Lola and you, too, Skeeter!

    gail

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  9. Happy New Year to you Tina,
    I enjoy your cloud / sky photograph.
    It is a bit chilly here to relax in the garden - but at least the sun is shinning - always a good way to start a new year.
    K

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  10. Happy, happy New Year to all the great folks in this wonderfuly blogland.

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  11. Yeah, it is another new year! Today I slept in, till 8am.! Enjoy your new year!

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  12. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ONE AND ALL. I'VE ENJOYED "TALKING" TO EACH OF YOU THIS PAST YEAR AND I HOPE TO CONTINUE TO DO SO AND IF POSSIBLE MEET SOME OF YOU DURING THIS YEAR OF 2009.
    HAVE A GREAT DAY ALL.

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  13. hope you are having a great start to a new year!

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  14. Happy new year and thanks for the linky to my seed swap post!
    ~ Monica
    Who is about to commit the crime of recording her singing voice... details to follow (beware!)

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  15. Happy New Year Tina to you & all your cohorts "In the Garden"! :)

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  16. Thanks everyone for you very nice comments. I am positive this will be the best year ever for all of us! It is off to a good start with the sun shining so wonderfully!

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  17. Happy New Year. Never take World Peace off the list!

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  18. Happy New Year to you, too, Tina.

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  19. Hope everyone is having a great New Year! Gorgeous day to be outside today -hope it's a sign of things to come:) Lots of nice days:) Boy 1 has a holiday piano recital tomorrow --he is practicing with another student --my house sounds AWESOME!!! I get a free preview of what I will hear tomorrow --yeah!!! Lots of great holiday tunes --so nice! Ciao!~

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  20. HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE!
    We went out on New Years for the first time since ringing in the year 2000.... We had a good time and were in bed at 3:00 this morning! Late night indeed....

    Had our Ham, Black-eyed Peas and cornbread dressing for a Good Luck year beginning! And watched Georgia beat Michigan! Go Dawgs!

    Time for a nap now….

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  21. May your 2009 be as gorgeous as the clouds in this photo! (And the world peace thing would be nice too...)

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  22. Yes, the sun shining brightly. Such a happy thought. Thanks for the tip about the seed swap.
    Brenda

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  23. Very nice photo! Happy new year to you too! :-)

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  24. Happy New Year to you, too, Tina! I've taken your advice today--New Year's Day I was always give myself permission to do nothing:)

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  25. Happy New Year, Tina and thanks for your contribution to GBMD.

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  26. A Very Happy and Bloomy New Year to you too! May this 2009 fill our gardens with blooms, fruits, veggies, seeds, and a lot more!

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  27. Gorgeous Photo, Happy New Year!

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  28. Happy New Year to all of you too!
    I love planning the new years gardens and dreaming of all the things I want in it. I make "vision boards". I cut out all the things I want in my garden and put them on a poster board, on the wall in my office. During these cold rainy days, I can already see spring!
    Karen
    www.gardenchick.com/garden-blog

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  29. Thanks everyone-you all are so kind with your very nice comments!

    Tootie and Karen-Welcome!

    Karen, I would love vision boards-what a great idea!

    Anonymous, Enjoy this great weather!

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