Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Finally 2008 - Gott Nýggjár

The Church on Nólsoy where I was baptized.

Well 2007 is over and the New Year has begun. I wish everyone a wonderful New Year and that everyone gets their hearts desire.

2007 has had it's good and bad times and I hope that 2008 brings us all only good. For us we have had medical issues and financial problems but also new borns and graduations. Life is unpredictable but worth every minute. I also know that every experience good or bad shapes who I am today and who I will be tomorrow, so I take life as it comes and I have faith that in the end we will all be better for it.

My hope for this blog in the new year is that I able to bring you information about the Faroe Islands and that you will know of this little country that I hold so close to my heart. That you will let others know of this little jewel of the North Atlantic and that maybe you will consider the Faroe Islands when you are looking for a new place to visit on vacation.

Happy New Year!!!

8 comments:

shell said...

Happy New Year from Portugal.
Literary Greetings

Lothiane said...

Godt Nyttår to you! :) :) :)

So nice to see a blog about Faroe, I've never been there, but some in my family went there some years ago. It looks like a beautiful place!

I'll be back. :)

Stine said...

Godt Nytt År! from Norway.

Kyle & Svet Keeton said...

Thank you for your wise words, they are very true!

Happy New Year and all the best for your and people whom you love!

Svet and Kyle from Moscow. Russia

Kristie said...

Snow in Seattle?? That is pretty rare, isnt it! Thats cool. I took a lot of pics while I was in Lithuaina too, but it is taking me a little time to get them up...they will be there soon :) Happy New Year! From Kristie!

RennyBA said...

Godt Nytt År to you too and thanks for your visit and greetings on mine.

How great to see a blog about Faroe Islands. As a Norwegian, I feel kind of close but also its kind of exotic. Looking forward to see more from you!

Blue Crane said...

Happy New Year!!:)

P.S. The church and it's surrounding area is absolutely beautiful

KEITH HAYWARD said...

Gleðileg nýtt ár frá Íslandi.

Thanks for the visit and comment.

Nice blog - I'll be keeping an eye on it :)