It would be So awesome to be able to spend New Year's Eve in Paris under the Eiffel Tower one year.
I've also wanted to even drudge through Times Square on this eventful night, but that might be a nightmare in the making.
But since we found out our daughter has Uveitis, which is an inflammation of the inner eye, it looks like we'll be spending the evening at home putting in special eye drops every waking hour as prescribed by the ophthalmologist this week. It was pretty painful for her at first as well as sensitivity to light, which explains the really cool sunglasses she picked out. :-)
So for this New Year's Eve we will live vicariously through our friends who are out celebrating somewhere fun and exciting, but in the end I will be very happy knowing that we are all safe and sound at home and little Ciara is being taken care of and our family can all be together playing, watching movies, enjoying sparkling cider at the stroke of midnight, etc.
I'm looking forward to great things happening in 2011. For one, I am starting January 1st with a new broker. I'll still be in the Realty World family, which I love very much, but with a different broker.
My original broker, Steve Davis, and I shared a wonderful six years working together selling homes in the Lodi and Stockton areas of California. He taught me to be the agent that I am now. He was very patient, helpful, educating, my coach, mentor, and most of all my close friend.
Good-bye 2010, I will miss you! And hello 2011, I am happy to meet you!
From my family to yours, we hope you all have a very safe and Happy New Year.