Happy New Year from everyday epistle

image from Vintage Catnip

all systems go

Here’s to 2012. Lord, please bless the adventures to come, the laughter, love, trials, tears. Give us a little bitter and a lot of sweet.

As they say in the Kansas state motto,

Ad Astra per Aspera:
To the Stars with Difficulty.

To the stars. What are we waiting for? Let’s go.

See, I am doing a new thing!
Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?
I am making a way in the wilderness
and streams in the wasteland. Isaiah 43:19 NIV

Come on, team! Let’s Go by The Cars.

Catnip Studio

I came across the lovely 1922 New Year’s greeting featured in this post on Pinterest and had to share it with you.

The pin lead me to Vintage Catnip of Catnip Studio, a delightful site filled with lots of goodies like free vintage clip art.

Catnip Studio’s creator explains the site “exists as my way to pay it forward.” I, for one, am thankful.

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7 Responses to Happy New Year from everyday epistle

  1. lesa

    Miss Aimee,

    Happy New Year to you and the family!

    Also, THANK YOU! for sharing the link to ‘Vintage Catnip’! I create hand-crafted note cards and appreciate finding ‘new’ links to digital images that suit the various styles of cards I make. So, the link in your post this morning is a great “New Year’s” treasure for me.

    Thanks again and wishing you, Jeff, and T the richest of Blessings in 2012!


  2. Looking forward to your new perspective in the new year. Peace, Lisa

  3. Happy New Year Aimee! I’m looking forward to reading about your new adventures.

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