Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Happy New Year!





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Here are your New Year Mosaic Questions


1. Looking back on 2008, what might the theme have been?

Transformation

2. If 2008 was a movie, who would play you?

Emily Watson

3. What was your greatest gift of 2008?

Art community

4. What is your New Year Resolution, or, what are you committing to this year?

New career

5. If January could be represented by one song, what would it be?

One foot in front of the other

6. What do you wish for your body in 2009?

Movement

7. Name one new thing you would love to try in the New Year.

Make a record

8. What do you long for 2009 to bring?

New love

9. If that happened, how would you feel?

Elated

10. Where would you love to vacation in 2009 if money were no object?

Tuscany

11. What would you like the theme of 2009 to be?

Creating

12. If 2009 was a book, and the title was 5 words or less, what might the title be?

I am here




I did try to use this picture for the last answer, but it wouldn't work in the mosaic. I might try again tomorrow...


I am here



It took me quite awhile of copying and pasting to finish this, so instead of putting here all the information you need to make one of these yourself, I'm just gonna send you to Danette's blog, which is where I got it (by way of Shannon, by way of Suzie)!






Happy New Year.
Peace.

3 comments:

Sacred Suzie said...

Gorgeous! I love how you did it. I totally forgot to put up instructions, LOL. Glad you went to Shannon's blog. Your images are wonderful, so natural, deep and serene.

danette said...

There is something about your mosaic that feels like traveling. Noticing details of beauty as I wander, freely through new places.

Wishing you elation in 2009!

ina said...

thank you both for the inspiration.

i am feeling serene as i look at the new year. i think the traveling is going to happen spiritually and creatively, rather than physically, this year. though looking at that photo of the woman lovin' new york, makes me want to take the girls to the city at some point (and, of course, should someone offer me a free trip to italy... well...)