Happy New Year

May 2014 be one of the best years of our lives.

Happy New Year, my old and new friends. I wish you all well. May 2014 be one of the best years of our lives.

Write me and tell me more about yourselves.

Author: Fernando Ortiz Jr.

Handsome gentleman scholar, Civil War historian, unpretentious intellectual, world traveler, successful writer.

13 thoughts on “Happy New Year”

  1. I am pleased to see the sunset. It looks like some of the pictures I take of the places I go. I used to live on Lake Erie (one of the 5 Great Lakes) and wondered where this body of water was?
    I also like to write about people and relationships.

  2. Happy New Year. For 2014 I’m hoping for a new job, got made redundant in 2013, more walks and hikes, it’s what I do, a few less pound on my bum, it’s also what I try to do, and some good photos, again, it’s what I do. Oh yes and I also blog about all the above along with all the getting lost and silly things I get up to, along with the odd rant. Thanks for an interesting blog, especially the Civil War Dairies 🙂

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