Sunday, 1 April 2012

April: One Little Word Blog Hop

Good morning/afternoon/evening and welcome to the One Little Word Blog Hop.  The hop is hosted by Margie, is international and has a wonderful 28 participants, all waiting and willing to share their One Little Word for 2012 with you.  If you've landed here from Stephanie, welcome.  I'm listed near the middle of the hop, but don't worry if you get lost following the links ~ there's a full list of participants at the end of this post.   
My husband {The Brainy One} chose our word for 2012enjoy.  Not because he wants us to be frivolous with our lives, but because he wants us to grasp every opportunity, good or bad, that comes our way this year.  The focus for March was to take action with your word.

March for us has been difficult.  That's an under statement, actually.  March has been down right horrible.  But even in the horrible times, there's always a chink of light trying to break through.  And for me, March promised the thrill of trans-Atlantic travel.
After talking through a sketchy plan to meet my newly-found relatives in the USA with The Brainy One, he gave me 55,000 of his air miles ~ enough to fund London to New York return in Premium Economy.   
 Oh, lucky, lucky me!
If you're moving on with the OLW Blog Hop, then your next destination is Eydie and you can find her here.  
Before you go ... 2012 is also the year of Happy Mail ~ the chance to receive a small parcel in the post, just because.   There's no catch. You don't have to do anything in return.  See this post, if you'd like to join in.  Internationals welcome.



Blog Hop participants:

Nikki    www.inkyart.com.au
Ruth     http://suburbansahm.blogspot.com   **You are here**
Eydie    www.whatwecreate.net
Jen      www.jenritchie.com
Melissa S         http://blog.mshanhun.com
Kaylea    www.myscrappylife.com

13 comments:

Eydie said...

Ruth,

I hope there will be many moments in Aril for you to sit back and ENJOY. I enjoyed reading your post.

I look forward to next month.
all the best,
Eydie

Missus Wookie said...

Oh how wonderful - I hope you had a wonderful time in NY! My Mom was very excited by your story of long lost relatives finding you - that's why she has so much up on Ancestry herself.

Alison said...

How exciting Ruth..and how generous of DH! I'm sure you will come home with lots of tales to tell
Alison xx

Kristina said...

Can't wait to meet up in about a month! :)

Naomi said...

Good for you! I hope April will me much better for you!

kelly said...

i'm so sorry for the loss of your FIL, but it's wonderful that you get meet some new relatives. looking forward to hearing all about your big adventure! love, kelly

Cynthia said...

I am sorry that your month was so incredibly horrible and I do hope April is better. That said I am so excited about the Ancestry 'find!' That is pretty darn cool and so awesome. I will be thinking about you.

jillconyers said...

Your trip to NYC is going to be amazing. It's one of my all time favorite cities.

Here's to the promise and possibilities of a new month!


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Catherine said...

Oh goodness I do like your layout. I am a sucker for anything airmail related. You folded page is very clever. Have a wonderful journey and I can't wait to hear more of your adventures.
Catherine

Donna said...

How wonderful and exciting to be found. Enjoy the trip. Isn't it amazing how in one minute your life can change is such a great way.

Melissa said...

Oh I hope April brings a little more joy with it! What a cool adventure you will embark on soon though!

Briel said...

Thank you for sharing your story. My OLW is Enjoy as well, and there have been many times that bringing it forth, in not-so-enjoyable moments has helped me to turn things around. Your DH sounds like a wonderful person and I do hope you ENJOY this next adventure.

Lisa said...

I am so sorry for your loss, but excited for you and your upcoming trip!

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