"Is it not cruel to let our city die by degrees, stripped of all her proud monuments, until there will be nothing left of all her history and beauty to inspire our children? If they are not inspired by the past of our city, where will they find the strength to fight for her future?" Jacqueline Kennedy

Thursday, December 31, 2009

A Year In Review: 2009 In Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn

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This, dear Readers, is my last post for the year 2009. What better way of recapping the year than to go through my photos of our lovely neighborhood and to choose the best one of every month.

It has been a busy twelve months in Carroll Gardens. Personally, 2009 has been a wee bit more challenging than previous years and there was much uncertainty. But 2009 was not without joy. And laughter. For that, I am grateful.

I am also grateful to you, dear Reader, for your visits to Pardon me For Asking, for your witty comments, your encouragement and for sharing your stories about the neighborhood.

I hope that 2010 will bring many good things to everyone and to Carroll Gardens.

Cheers!
And Come Back On Monday, When Pardon Me For Asking Starts 2010 With New Posts!

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year to you Katia and your family.

Your blog is a great asset.

All the best.

Katia said...

Thanks, Anonymous
All the best to you, too.
K.

Gary Gentile said...

As someone who lived in Carroll Gardens from 1996-2000, I really love your blog and love these pictures. Can't wait to see more in 2010. Happy New Year!

Anonymous said...

Happy new year great site.

Cindy said...

Katia, Thanks for your pictures of the neighborhood and the great information. Have a wonderful New Year and hopefully 2010 will be filled with less challenges and lots more joy.

Laura said...

Beautiful way to illustrate a year.

Shows us each day is a picture if we take the trouble to look around.

Happy New Year to all!

Ferran said...

Happy 2010, Katia, to you and to your readers. I loved the pics of your neighborhood, especially the ones in the winter (I love the snow :)
If you feel like seeing Berlin under the snow, I published some pics of the Hauptstadt that you might enjoy. Here it has been snowing since Tuesday, almost non-stop; a nice way to say bye to 2009!

Good luck,

Anonymous said...

When I see your pictures, I can say I love Brooklyn. I have a very good memory from my stay in 2006 with you and family.

Happy New Year to You, Glenn, Celina, Max!

Viele Grüsse von Violaine

Katia said...

Merci, Violaine,
Nous te souhaitons une très bonne année 2010 aussi.
Encores quelques mois et nous retournons en Auvergne, Yippie!!!!!

Kristin said...

August is classic. Actually, they all are. They show such color and life. Thank you for doing this.

Katia said...

Hi Kristen,
Actually, I think August is my fave, too.
Glad you liked the compilation.