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    Default Happy New Year!

    Rushing things a little for West Coast people but there are already fireworks here, so


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    Happy New Year !!,, we had a chance to go out, but opted to stay home,, weather was one factor freezing rain and snow flurries,, windchill 3 below,,

    tomorrow,;, chicken noodles on the menu,, they are hauling cornstalk round bales,, so our calves can bed down

    everyone have a great day !
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    I doubt that there will be any first foot here today but maybe whoever enters your home first on any day during the new year counts. Old tradition in Scotland--that the first person to enter your home in the new year will bring either good luck or bad, depending on the sort of person. Ideally it should be a tall dark male. Nobody knows exactly why.

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    Happy New Year everyone!

    If I knew a tall dark male I would invite him over.

    I am doing what the Southern tradition is, cooking pork loin, black eyed peas and greens.

    I always thought that the peas were for change and the greens for dollars, but I read or heard that the peas are for luck because during the Civil War the Yankees passed up fields of peas because they didn't think they were good enough to eat. They thereby saved many Southerners from starving.

    I really don't want this food but will eat some of it and maybe by tomorrow I'll be up to eating some more. Would rather have soup.
    Virginia

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    How are you feeling, Virginia?

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    Better, just not well. Thanks for asking Ann.
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    ((((((Hugs to All)))))) ~

    We wish you all a healthy year, filled with love, peace and joy!

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