A lot of awesome things have happened this year. And some not so awesome. It’s the Saturday before Christmas and the only decoration up at my house is a Darth Vader door knocker that I found at the dollar store. just haven’t felt like making the drive to storage to get everything. And I am fine with it. I am not going to have a Crank level Christmas rejection of the season, but I think it is alright to take a break from what is expected to do what is best for yourself.
My mobility has been composed for the last couple of months by tendonitis. I am mostly better have been clear to go back to some of my usual activities. I just can’t jump back into them at full speed. I am not so good at standing but I can walk my dogs and go for a swim when I want. Now, all I have to do is find a pool.
As I slowly make my way back to a healthier and happier year, I hope to get things going on this blog again. I have already scheduled two blogs for the upcoming year and between then and now when I get stuck on my next novel, I will be working on this blog. reviewing books, sharing scattered bits of poetry and my thoughts about life.
The New Year brings hope, but so does every dawn. We have the power to change our lives everyday not just when the calendar fits.
If you are not happy, then do what makes you happy. Find a way to bring happiness back into your life. I started this year by changing my own story and getting out of the house and doing stuff. I also gave away a ton of stuff that I didn’t need or want. It feels good, but I have a lot more work to do.
For myself and my life, less stuff means more time out and about with friends and love ones. I don’t have any miraculous resolutions for the coming year. 2015 was better than 2014 for me and 2016 is going to be better than 2015 because I am going to make it so.
See you next year, my friends,