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Christmas 2010

Christmas 2010

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Published by: Kimberly Schreiber Han on Dec 21, 2010
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December 2010Greetings and Merry Christmas to you!This year finds me suddenly without the time and resources to send traditional greeting cards,which I so love to do, so here I am creating an electronic message. The heart is still present…and  that is what is important, I believe!This year didn’t seem as busy as some previous,so I’m not sure where the time escaped.January & February I was still recovering from knee surgery that I had the previous November, so no matter where we went or what we did, we did it  gingerly. We spent the months quietly with time spent with friends and family, with a few day-photo  trips around the state.Mishan did begin to playwith the Green BaySymphony Orchestra during the month of February,
 getting back into the working world after finally receiving his work authorization after moving here from Canada.March was exciting, although not in the pleasant way you might expect…Mishan fell on the very last bit of snow and ice we had while letting the dog out, and broke his fibula right above  the ankle to the point he needed surgery. He now has a metal plate and six screws in his lower leg, but except for occasionallybeing able to “feel the weather” in his ankle, he seems to have recovered well.April was busy. I turned 34, and had a very quiet couple of parties…one at home with close friends visiting, and a dinner with my close family. I had auditioned previously and was selected as a new member of the Madison Symphony Chorus, so the week of mybirthday was also very busy with rehearsals for my first concert at the Overture Center in Madison. We performed excerpts from Mussorgsksy’s Boris Godunov with the Madison SymphonyOrchestra…entirely in Russian! Nothinglike being thrown in, headfirst! Mishan and I also celebrated our first weddinganniversary with a photo excursion to Devil’s Lake State Park and a quiet overnight stay in the Wisconsin Dells. Mishan had his first taste of eating at Paul Bunyan’s Lumberjack Cook Shanty.
 May was a very quiet month, filled with springtime photography. For Memorial Daywe traveled to Chicago to see an aunt of Mishan’s that was visiting her daughter and nieces…it was nice to meet some in-laws! We finished the day with beer and yummy food at our  friends’ new condo here in Madison.June was busy with photography…but not exactly in the normal “hobby” sense. My cousin Katie got married in West Bend, and as a wedding gift Mishan and I provided her with a ‘supplemental’ candid photographydisc. It was a lovely wedding! Ialso was asked by my cousin Bethany, who actually IS a photographer, to assist in a weddingshe was taking pictures for up near La Crosse. Mishan and I both  took our cameras along and got some nice pictures for that job awell. It was interesting, but incredibly more stressful than shooting sunsets and wildlife!July was busy mostly with our plot at the St Stephens Community Garden, growing the vegetables we consumed all summer. We also spent the 4
at a picnic with friends from church, complete with a backyard view of the Monona Fireworks!

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