And just like that, the year and the 366 project came to an end. I didn’t quite get 366 photos out of it, but I keep seeing the farmer in Babe looking at me and saying, “That’ll do pig. That’ll do.” See you in the New Year!
It’s been great following along with you this year, Georgia! It makes me so happy to see Elsa thriving and with a big portion of her treatment behind her.
You did it! It will only get better from here.
YIPPEEEEEE well done!!! You have done amazingly and love this little footsie portrait of your family! so grateful after 366 days you have tracked Elsa’s progress into such improved health. we are all cheering along w her – and you! xx
Although we have become amazing friends over the last 3 years and have had some of the most incredible moments face to face, kid to kid, heart to heart…this blog gave me insight into your lives on so many different levels and in a way that went so beyond the day to day conversations that friends could have! Thank you for sharing and putting my life in technicolor simply by seeing your year in technicolor! My love and admiration grows daily for you, your awesome hubby and your unfathomably strong, smart, silly, busy, chatty, smily, beautiful, wacky, lovable, huggable, smoochable (i could go on forever!) little and growing up way to fast Elsa! Thank you again and again!
Yay, well done on finishing your 366 Georgia, such a cute photo to finish on! It has been such a huge year for you and to have done this project along the way is pretty impressive, I hope that in some way, taking the photos and blogging has been therapeutic for you. I often lacked the words to leave many comments during the year, but know that your journey has touched my heart and I think you guys are incredible and so, so strong! I look forward to watching Elsa continue to get better and finish up her treatment! Thanks for sharing. XxX
Thank you for all the sweet words friends!
just love this last picture of 2012!
see you in 2013!
i think i thought 366 days would last forever.
i like it around these parts. thanks for letting us in.
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