Happy, Happiest of New Years as we Kick This 2020 to the Can

I don’t think there are enough words to say about this past year of learning, loss and lack of real living, but I can honestly say, I’ve never been happier to kick a year to the can and to ring in a new one.

Yes, we cheer and always wish others well for a Happy New Year, but I think I can speak for the world when I say, we’ve never had a year like this one we shared globally, and each of us has swam our own waters and no doubt encountered our own sharks. I hope for all the world has been through this year we’ve all learned lessons whether great or small, if only for gratitude for the very things that sustain us and the freedoms we have.

give it the boot



May we celebrate the welcoming of a newer, better and kinder year for us all


champagne toast



Welcome In!


welcome 2021



I’m counting as fast as I can, only a few hours to go


Countdown to boot 2020



Join me in ushering this year out with a big heave ho, and open our arms with wishes of joy, health, peace and happiness for the new year and forward!


Joy to the world

Happy and Safe New Year to you all. I’ll be joining a few of my writing friends in a bit of a break from the blog world for a few weeks into mid January, but don’t be surprised if I show up from time to time till then. 



Happy New Year



New Year’s Wishes from DGKayewriter.com – Always Stay Humble and Kind

New Years wishes


Wishing you Health, Happiness and Peace


I’d like to take the time to sign off the year here sharing a little thing I like to add when sending greeting cards. When I sign a card, included in my wishes, I always add before signing the card – wishing you happiness, health and peace.  It makes no difference if I sign ‘best wishes’, ‘with love’ or any other sentiment, but I always felt an overwhelming compulsion to add in those wishes. I can’t think of anything else in the world that matters more than health, love and peace, so instinctively I like to send those wishes along with my greeting. What else doesn’t take up much room but comes from the heart and can fit in an envelope?


I’d like to wish you all a beautiful new year filled with love, hope, and happiness and good health. And I wish peace for the world and all of God’s creations. If we can remember gratitude, kindness, patience and to love one another, it would be a huge step to turning the world back into a positive force.


In the words of Tim McGraw . . . . . .



Happy New Year