This is it. The end of another year. This was a year of ups and downs. Highs and lows. Happiness and sadness. And, if you think about it...............we can say the same thing of each year as it comes to a close.
One thing I enjoyed so much this past year has been reading other people's blogs. It has kept me connected to the world, so to speak. It feels like I have friendships with people I have never met in person but................if we were to meet up, we would have so much fun and so many things to talk about. So, if you read my blog and find yourself anywhere near the Phoenix Arizona area.............give me a shout out. Maybe we could meet up for a couple of hours and enjoy learning more about each other.
Through other's blogs, I have found out about books that I have loved reading, patterns I have knit, songs that inspire me, decorations that make me smile, recipes that make my mouth water, and so many other things that touch my heart. I have gotten to see babies come into families, pets get adopted, gardens giving nourishment, families getting to be together again and travels made by others to places I can only dream about. Thank you fellow bloggers for letting me into those areas of your life.
What will 2022 bring? Who knows. But if we were able to survive the last two crazy years, it won't be anything that we won't be able to handle.
So, I have set goals for next year. I don't believe in resolutions..............those never work for me. But if I set a goal, I have a chance to obtain it in the next 365 days. There are daily goals, weekly goals and monthly goals. Do you set goals? Or do you do resolutions? How about choosing a word for the year?
Last year I set 6 goals. Of which I completed half. This year there are 8 goals. Five of them are new goals and 3 are carry overs from last year. My word for this year is "FAITH".
So, as this year winds down, I am doing up all the laundry, cleaning out last years dust, cooking goodies to be eaten in the new year and enjoying all of it.
May your new year be filled with joy, peace and blessings. Thank you for being one of my blog readers. You are so important to me.
Until next year..........................................Peace Out!
I want to write to let you know how much I appreciate your blog. As a fellow southwest person it is always nice to read of someone from our neighboring state of AZ (I live in Sin City, Las Vegas). May the New Year bring you health and happiness.ReplyDelete