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Happy 2014 bloggees

Spending a quiet New Year’s Eve with some of my most talented friends: Gene Kelly, Bing Crosby, Judy Garland, Fred Astaire and their colleagues in “That’s Entertainment” – and Marvin Hamlisch, the great American composer, especially of one of the best musicals ever, “A Chorus Line,” in a PBS documentary. “Kiss today goodbye, the sweetness and the sorrow …” And with you.

It was a busy day – Booboo came to visit – to play in the snow and paint. Well, not quite paint, but do some interesting scribbles. And wreak havoc, amazing havoc for such a small person. Wayson came to visit, Monique came to visit, Lynn sent New Year’s wishes from Kathmandu – I called Auntie Do but she was out gallivanting. It’s 11 o’clock, and I am going to bed. Hooray.

I wish you a joyful 2014, one and all.

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2 Responses to “Happy 2014 bloggees”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Happy New Year from across the water Beth, I hope 2014 brings you all you hope for and of course that you are "well fragranced" for every occasion! Carole

  2. beth says:

    You too, thanks, Carole. Loads of lovely fragrace your way!

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