Friday, December 31, 2010

Time A Strange Thing

Time is a strange thing. Where does it go? Slips through our fingers like silken cloth.
It only seems a moment a go that it was Christmas eve? The presents were wrapped beneath the tree and there was magic on the icy night air. Then in a fleeting moment it goes...
The snow has disappeared. Green has returned and I'm sure this morning I heard the tiniest hint of spring in the birdsong?
 I've been wondering what to put on here?  Searching inspirational poems or words, and how to wish you all a Happy New Year? I have one of the lurgys that are doing the rounds at the moment. A cold and cough and my mind couldn't settle on anything at all. That is, until today. I saw this video by the wonderful people at Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue and it put a huge smile on my face. So I thought I would share it with you.
Lets help make 2011 a good year for all.



Happy New Year everyone! May it be peaceful and filled with joy! xx

20 comments:

  1. Wishing you a happy new year - loving your blog!

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  2. A wonderful video... I especially liked the little, tiny hedgehog! How sweet. And the foxes playing with the badger. We don't have hedgehogs, though I did see one once while living in Greece, they are very cute.

    Abundance of creative inspiration to you in the New Year!

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  3. Wishing you and yours a beautiful new year! It is so true that time just slips through our fingers! I can't believe it is 2011 tomorrow!

    I love the video you shared, they are all so cute!!

    Happy New Year!

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  4. Wishing you and yours a magical 2011!

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  5. I have enjoyed seeing your work so much over the year and look forward to seeing more in 2011 - wishing you health and happiness. Betty x

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  6. Sorry you are not well - but I am thrilled that you found and shared this beautiful video. It brought tears to my eyes. I so loved the little fox playing catch and then wrestling about with the badgers. And the baby hedgehog - oh how sweet. I am wishing you and yours an enchanting and prosperous new year! Theresa

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  7. A very Happy New Year to you Karen.x

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  8. And now I have a huge smile, too!
    Oh Karen, I went through a similar thing on my blog today, couldn't seem to get it quite right or as you say, "couldn't settle on anything at all." Spoke about what was foremost in my thoughts, but I really don't think that was all that important...compared to this.
    THIS - and all other agencies involved in animal rescue around the world - IS IMPORTANT.
    You have wished us a very special reminder of what truly makes a good year!

    Peace & Joy to you & yours!!

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  9. Lets help make 2011 a good year for all.

    Hear, hear.

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  10. Great video (and the first one I have ever managed to get to run smoothly!) love all those poor little souls and so happy to know they were all released into the wild again. We have a lot of badgers round here - there is a huge sett in the woods adjoing us - but haven't seen any recently during the snow hope they were lying low and trying to keep cosy!

    Jane

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  11. Happy New Year, Karen! Wishing you and your family all the best. :) xo

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  12. Hope you make a speedy recovery Karen! I'm now the happy owner of your bird hanging! I was so excited to open it! May your 2011 be filled with joy and inspiration.xx

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  13. Blessings for the new year!

    It is still so cold and dark and damp in Northern Ireland, but the video gave hope to everything :)

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  14. Thanks for posting the video--great work done by those folks.

    Looking forward to seeing more of your work this year.

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  15. Happy New Year - love your blog!! Love your work!!!

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  16. a beautiful video. i feel so fortunate to live so close to nature.

    a happy, sparkling new year to you xxx

    love and hugs

    btw i am back in blogland again :o) with a new blog (incase you are confused, i was formerly skipping in the meadow).

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  17. Wishing you a wonderful year ahead....and looking forward to witnessing the creations yet to come :)

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  18. A wonderful 2011 to you too Karen (and hope you are feeling all healthy and happy again!)

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  19. Hope you're feeling better now. Loved the video, exactly my kind of a thing. Light, love & harmony for you and yours this year!

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  20. Fantastic organization! Well Done! Nothing sweeter than baby badgers and foxes...we don't have them around here so it's always a treat to see. Looks like they do some pretty special work. Happy New Year!

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