To know what we know,
and know what we do not know,
On the last day of the year I like to reflect on what has passed, no regrets, what happened - happened, and what didn't happen - didn't happen.
I really am 'a cup runneth over' type of person, my glass is never big enough, let alone being half full.
But this year has been much better that the previous. The Scot recovered (they were not going to take him without a battle with me. And he continues to be healthy...
We had all the bills paid on time, food on the table, no debts, and spending money. The Scot saved his.... and of course mine was spent usually months in advance.
The three kids continue to make the World a better place, quite scattered around tho.
Emails were sent around the World to my blood sister and my two adopted sisters in the UK. We have a great network, the four of us knowing the other three are there.
I taught my niece in UK to quilt. Another Quilter "Peacing" her way in the world. She has branched off, and is doing her own thing now, I believe, but it was nice to get another family member quilting.
Some Quilts were finished, but alas more things started.
Some marvellous swaps, and most have become blogging or email friends.
I think the most I learnt during the year was