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December 31, 2008


Alyssa Jurek

This is the first blog posting I've read in 2009, and it is a great way to start off the New Year. Thanks for helping me think through goal setting in a new way.

Madison Richards

Thanks Jeanne - for just being you!

Jeanne Damoff

You're welcome, Alyssa and Madison. Thanks for reading my thoughts. It's almost like letting me spend a bit of the first day of the year with you!

Love, Jeanne

michael snyder

This is so good I'm rendered speechless...or type-less, or whatever the applicable "-less" equivalent is.

I'm officially borrowing your system and putting my Franklin Planner thingy on notice.

And I do believe I heard you try to whistle once, thus your self-description is magnificent. Give yourself some points to start this year off right!

Happy New Year to you too.

Avily Jerome

Thanks for this post! Those are great non-resolutions!

BJ Hamrick

This is beautiful. And also, 50 points for the anemic tea kettle line. Wait... I'm not allowed to give points. I think you should totally reward yourself.

Wendy Lawton

To live aware and to embrace beauty. . . yes! Somehow we need to consign busyness to a lower priority.

Lenore Buth

Jeanne, your line, "What I do with my moments is what I do with my life," reminds me of one of my favorite quotes from Frederick Buechner: " ... if you want to know who you are, watch your feet. Because where your feet take you, that is who you are."

Both of you speak wisdom ... with elegance. Thank you! May your New Year be JOY-full!

Lenore Buth

Oops! Somehow my blogsite link didn't get included in my comment. Here it is, in case there's some sort of glitch:

Jeanne Damoff

Mike, you're very encouraging even when you're speechless. And thanks for authorizing me to give myself points. You, too, BJ. :)

Thanks, Avily, Wendy, and Lenore. I'm honored you all stopped by and appreciate your kind words so much. Here's to a year of beautiful moments well received.

Love, Jeanne

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