When I was growing up, I thought that the year 2000 was something out of a science fiction movie or something. Some how it just didn't seem real ... but here we are winding down year 2011.
Isn't it funny how differently we see things when we are children.
Now that I'm older, I'm amazed at how quickly time is passing by. Maybe that's why I've left my Christmas decorations up until the very last minute ... I'm even thinking of leaving these little lambs out a while longer.
After all... Spring is just around the corner. ":o)
Have a Blessed and Happy New Year!
Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow -Einstein
Time is going by way to fast. Definitely leave the lambs up :) Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
Time certainly does fly now, it goes by so quickly it's frightening.ReplyDelete
Thank you for that lovely music!
Have a super Happy New Year with many Blessings, Love, and Health. Hugs, MartyReplyDelete
My Mom always told me, dont wish you life away. She was right about time moving faster and faster!ReplyDelete
Happy new Year
Yes, the older I get the faster time flies. I am so afraid of "wishing" my life away - I am trying to live in the present as much as I can, and not worry about the future. Happy, healthy New Year to you, and all the best in 2012. xoReplyDelete
I know exactly what you mean, Geneva. We have to hold tight to the "now" because it all goes by so fast. My tree will be up awhile longer!!ReplyDelete
Wishing you a Happy New Year. It was fun getting to know you better this year!
It is true what people say, the older you get, time seems to pass by faster and faster. So why not hold on to these special events a little longer!! Enjoy those darling little lambs! Thanks for your wonderful blog and I love your music too! Happy New Year ~ DianeReplyDelete
I say leave those lambs! They are so sweet!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year to you and your family! xo,vickie
Those lambs are adorable. Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
It does go by too fast. I'm sad that my boys have to go back to school tomorrow. The little lambs are adorable. I'd leave them out too!ReplyDelete
If you're counting votes, I'll cast mine for keeping the lambs awhile longer. Very nice.ReplyDelete
I love your little lambs - I would want to keep them out too. You have been a special blogging friend to me, and I hope the New Year shines a bright face on you and brings you joy. I look forward to more of your wonderful posts, my friend. They always make me smile.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley
Love the little lambs! Thank you so much for your kind words, as well. I appreciate you and your posts. I always enjoy stopping by your place! Have a very blessed New Year and I look forward to coming by more often. :o)ReplyDelete