10 responses to Best Posts of 2010
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    Alice Aber
    Comment on Best Posts of 2010 (December 31st, 2010 at 14:24)

    Erik,,, looks like it was a great year for Amish America!! I know I will be going back and reading some of the articles I missed in the early part of the year. I have truly enjoyed this blog site and will continue to pop in and participate on a regular basis.

    Wishing you a very Happy New Year with continued blessings of success with this blog and all your endeavors!

    Blessings, Alice

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    Comment on Best Posts of 2010 (December 31st, 2010 at 14:26)


    Thank you for enriching our lives, intellectually and spiritually, by crafting and running this blog! The year overview was great!

    A very happy new year to you and all of your loved ones.


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    Comment on Best Posts of 2010 (December 31st, 2010 at 16:00)

    Thanks Erik, looks like I have lots to read here !!Everything looks interesting and I love learning about the Amish.
    Hoping I get to Amish Country again in the spring or summer….been to some local places in Ohio where I live, but want to go to other places I haven’t….hope to pick a day when one of the authors signing book days…..would love to meet them all…..bet you’d met most of them eh? I have so many books to read right now…..I kinda took an Amish book break, I wanted to read Laura Bush’s book “Spoken from the Heart” and I’m almost finished with it…..so back to the Amish books soon….Have a great New Years and always look forward to reading your articles…… Mona

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    Karen Scearce
    Comment on Best Posts of 2010 (December 31st, 2010 at 16:07)

    Have a wonderful New Year! Thank you so much for all the long hours and dedication to enlightening, enriching and entertaining all of us. I feel blessed to have found your blog and book and come here every day.
    Best wishes to you & your loved ones for a healthy and prosperous 2011.


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    Comment on Best Posts of 2010 (December 31st, 2010 at 21:25)

    Spring-Bob Jagendorf. The Amish alter ego of the cartoon character.

    Sorry, it’s the Argentine wine sprinking along with whatever wine might have gotten into my lobster.
    Yer Shom signing off for the year 2010 in Canada. Drinking and pretzels [pretzels, one thing I bought from an Amish woman in PA]. Deborja in the phonetic language (because I don’t understand the proper speak) of my great grandfather, it apparently means praise God.

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    Alice Aber
    Comment on Best Posts of 2010 (January 1st, 2011 at 10:30)


    Wishing everyone a wonderful 2011!!

    Just wanted to pop in and say hi, hope to see everyone throughout the day.

    Blessings, Alice

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    Comment on Best Posts of 2010 (January 1st, 2011 at 12:41)

    Happy new year, Erik

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    Comment on Best Posts of 2010 (January 1st, 2011 at 17:24)

    2011, what happened to 1979?. time is moving way to fast. when i was a child i couldnt wait to be older so i could do more stuff, man was i stupid,lol. but even i can not hold back time, so happy new years to all. the temp hit 51 today in the lancaster area today so i can not complain, i mean i could if you want me to,lol. the amish seemed to be out in droves today in lancaster as i took alittle car ride around the bird-in-hand area today, even saw a amish buggy go by with a red christmas ribon on the back of the buggy. im not sure how he was able to slip that in by the church elders, but im not telling, well not yet anyway,lol……….. good night folks

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    Alice Aber
    Comment on Best Posts of 2010 (January 1st, 2011 at 18:46)

    Greetings Richard!! Let me guess, you graduated high school in 1979? We all seemed to go back to the year we graduated, for me it was ’76. This year will be 35 years, hardly seems possibly.

    I remember as a kid thinking I would never live long enough to see the year 2000 cause I would “be so old”, LOL. Oh the silly things we think as kids, ha!

    Good night Richard!!

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    Comment on Best Posts of 2010 (January 2nd, 2011 at 08:35)

    Thanks everyone and hope all had a happy new year. Am very glad if you have enjoyed this site over the past year.

    And Humdinger, always good to hear from you, hope your 2011 is even better than 2010.

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