Thursday, December 30, 2010

Looking Back at 2010


I hope everyone's wishes and dreams come true in 2011.

Behind the scenes is my very supportive husband, who not only enjoys reading my blog, but offers words of encouragement. He has put many smiles on my face by making suggestions of what to put on my blog.  

A heartfelt thank you to my friends, family and readers who comment and discuss my blog during social gatherings. (sometimes I feel like crawling under the table)  

Wishing a very happy, healthy 2011 to all.






























Thank you very much for stopping by! It is always a pleasure to read your comments and hear from you.

Debbie
Debbie@Mountain Breaths
Debbie@Mountain Breaths

Hello, I'm Debbie.I enjoy hiking, kayaking, cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the Adirondack Mountains (thus Mountain Breaths). I live in Upstate NY with my supportive husband and have three precious sons..

8 comments:

  1. Loved looking at all the photos - seems like there were a few I must have missed! (Can't Be)
    I just love those little pumpkin/lid bowls that you and Kathleen have! Makes such a nice table..
    Best wishes to you and Joe for the New Year, oops, KIKI too!!

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  2. WOW, Debbie! This is my first time here--I am SO SO impressed! Your blog is stunning, really. I am now one of your followers, also, and put your blog in my favorites, to check out regularly!

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  3. Debbie, I really enjoyed this post and I agree I think I missed some of those photos too. Your photography is stunning and everyone of these shots are magazine worthy. I enjoy seeing all your MC pieces and your talent in tablescaping.

    Happy New Year.

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  4. Beautiful recap of 2010, Debbie. I remember the I Love You in the soup :)

    Happy New Year to you and your wonderful family, Debbie!

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  6. Beautiful recap, Debbie, so many great recipes and dishes!
    Happy New Year to you, Joe and Kiki, too!

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  7. Debbie you had an absolutely charmed and beautiful year. I think remember most except for the pumpkin cake! How'd I miss that precious treat:-)?
    Hoping for a new year that is even better for you. Can't wait to see Kiki's newest escapades. I love that little girl.

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  8. Debbie, I missed this one. It's fun to see what you've done in 2010. Love the idea of the little CC colander made into a basket. I may have to make one next year. You have some lovely pieces of MCK-C. ;-)

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