Hey You…

Happy New Year!

I’m so thankful for each and every one of you whom I’ve met through this blog. Five months ago, when I started doing this, I never imagined that it would be an opportunity to interact with such thoughtful, funny and warm people. You have no idea how you continually amaze, teach, encourage and entertain me, and warm my heart. I’m honored that you stop by and allow me to share my thoughts with you, and that I get to visit your blogs and do the same. You bring me great joy.

This experience has been one of the best gifts I received in 2007, and I just wanted to thank you. I wish you all peace, love, abundance and good health in 2008.

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16 thoughts on “Hey You…

  1. Brian says:

    A toast to you, MBMQ, for being one of the best bloggers on the planet! Happy New Year!

    You are so sweet, Brian (although I disagree with your assessment!). I can remember how excited I got when I received my first comment on my blog. It was from you, about the Tammy Faye Bakker post. Who knew that it would start such a great friendship? I’m so glad to know you, and glad for all of the thoughtful things you write.

  2. CuriousC says:

    Thank YOU! You’re terrific! Looking forward to 2008 with you in blogland, C

    Same here, C!

  3. Little Miss says:

    Cheers, MB! 2008 will be great, I just know it.

    Cheers back to you! I love your optimism!

  4. iondanu says:

    Happy New Year, moonbeam! I’m not sure how it would be for me but we can always hope for a better one, are we?

    By the way, I just let go of two blogs (I won’t delete them but I would concetrate on Van Gogh & I). come see it when you have time…

    I hope it will be a much better year, Danu. I noticed that you’d decided to concentrate on one blog– I’m glad, because it’s the one I enjoy most. Your paintings make me so happy!

  5. David says:

    Sure glad I found your front porch and mood swing! Thanks for blogging and for all your wonderful comments!

    I’m glad you found it too, and I love visiting your house in N.H.!

  6. QuakerDave says:

    Have a happy and healthy and wonderful 2008.

    You too, Quaker Dave! I’m always visiting that amazing blog of yours, though I seldom leave comments. It often leaves me speechless (typeless?).

  7. randomyriad says:

    I look forward to a year of insightful commentary, comedy (The opposite of gravity), and good storytelling. Thanks for putting it all out there with such consistency. You are a true inspiration for me.

    And I look forward to your creative thinking, writing, and self-experiments. Thank YOU!!!!

  8. romi41 says:

    You are SO sweet!

    I only just met you what….a week or two ago??? but already I feel so much warmth!

    Happy New Year :-)

    Romi, I just adore you! You are so open and honest, and funny. And we are going to find you a man in 2008!

  9. @ Everybody Who’s Commented: I was going to answer you all individually, but I’m soooooo tired. For right now, I’m sending each of you hugs and thanks.

  10. Ms. McQueen,

    I definitely appreciate your hilarious and honest commentary on life, liberty and the pursuit of good things to sell on Ebay. I’m thrilled to have discovered you.


    And vice versa, Beth (as you know from the comment I left on your blog)!

  11. boundandgags says:

    And a great big happy new year right backatcha! It’s been my pleasure reading your blog.

    Same here– you are one hilarious inspiration to me!

  12. lethaleuphoria says:

    Happy New Year to you as well. It’s been a pleasure to have stumbled across this blog over the last week or so. i’ve enjoyed your writing immensely and hope to read more in the future! i’m usually at work (ssssh), and don’t have time to comment, but I will when I can. take care. :)

    And it’s been a pleasure reading the comments that you do leave– it calms my parental nerves! I’m so glad you found me!

  13. Alyson says:

    Ditto moonbeam. I meant to include my blog and blog buddies in my 2007 highlight list, but I forgot.

    Thanks, Alyson! It’s like Julia Roberts, forgetting to thank Erin Brokovich when she won the Oscar. We still know you appreciate us.

  14. cantueso says:

    Didn’t you mention that you have yet another blog somewhere? Where could that be? Your blogroll is so long, it looks like a cookbook contents table. Is it one on that list?

    My blogroll is starting to resemble an encyclopedia. I’ll have to fix that. In the meantime, it’s listed as “My Other Blog- FibromyOWgia.” It’s the blog where I whine and rant about physical problems– you’d probably do well to just skip it.

  15. joanharvest says:

    I didn’t realize you had only been doing your blog for such a short time. I thought you were an old pro. (I don’t mean old as in age). I do know what you mean though. Through Wendy’s (Life With Buck) blog I have met so many nice people. I have only been doing this a couple of months. I am not a writer and I won’t profess to be. I have never written anything before this blog except grocery lists which no one can read, which is why I have to do the grocery shopping myself now. But it is fun exchanging thoughts, ideas and stories with people who seem to appreciate them. It’s been very therapeutic for me and a lot cheaper than my therapist. And I got a lot more sympathy from you people about my broken ass than I did my family (except for my daughter, she was very sympathetic and my sister too.) I think my wasband thinks I’m just trying to get out of cooking his supper.

    No, no. You got the “old” part right! I love reading comments on other people’s blogs, then discovering their own wonderful sites. I met Wendy because she commented here, and I’ll always be thrilled that she did.

    Like you, I started my blog as self-therapy too, but it morphed into all sorts of other things. I find the whole process very healing and lovely.

    And um, as for making supper for your ex– wow, are you nice!

  16. Wendy says:

    Yes, Moonbeam, what you said right back atcha!

    I’m not even answering you. I’m just sending you hugs.

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