Thursday, December 31, 2009

Last Post for the Year!!!

The last day of 2009 is here. I cannot believe that a decade has passed since the evening we waited for the turn of the century and the much hyped up Y2K Bug! LOL! I was only 13 then, but it seems just like yesterday. Tonight, we will see in a new year and a new decade. Bring on 2010!!!

The past year has been a good one for me. Of course there has been moments when it's all got a bit much, and I've felt down or stressed or unwell, but for the most part, 2009 has been a pretty damn good year! Some of the highlights include;

1. Being bridesmaid for my Sister-in law early January.
2. Finding out in January that I was pregnant with our second child.
3. Our mid-year family road trip between Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne.
4. Having my work published for the first time in June in Scrapbooking Memories.
5. Meeting our new son, Oliver, in September.
6. Good times and fun memories made with family all year long.

Here's hoping 2010 is as good, if not better, as 2009, both for me and my family, and for you and yours!!! Happy New Year!!!

4 comments:

Tanya said...

Wow, you make me feel so old Chloe! I'm 10 years older than you :(

2009 sure sounds like it was a fantastic year for you. I hope 2010 brings you everything you wish for xx

Kaye's Crafty Place said...

I have to agree Chloe seeing in the year 2000 seems like yesterday. I wish I was 13 at the time, I actually remember being 13 and thinking that when we hit the year 2000 I would be 25, how scary.

Hope 2010 brings as many good things your way as 2009.

hugs
Kaye x

Felicity said...

I remember the Y2K bug thing too... I was in the bank at the time and oh boy, talk about fuss. lol

Happy new year :) x

smi209 said...

Hi Chloe,
First time I have ever left a comment. You, amongst others, inspired me to start my own blog which I have just launched www.vanessawith3.wordpress.com Happy New Year to you and your family! I was working as an intensive care nurse in 1999 but as I was on maternity leave, I didn;t have the stress of whether the ventilators would stop working at midnight!!!!
Cheers,
Vanessa