The warmth of a Christmas fire comforted me on Christmas Eve. A glass of wine and my husband of 42 years, I had everything in life I could want. My children have good lives and a dinner invitation for the next day meant I didn’t have much to cook.
It’s been a wonderful year. When 2014 began I wanted to put my life back in balance, mentally, spiritually and physically. Like most New Year’s resolutions, not all of that worked out. But I have accomplished several things. By January 2015 I will have three books in publication – a major milestone for me. I’ve investigated the lack of balance in my soul and set at least a portion of it back where it should be. I know where I’m going.
I’ve met new friends at work this year and possibly made some lifelong friends. A new career late in life is something I never imagined, but it happened.
I bought a new car with the hopes of doing some traveling in the upcoming year and have several trips in mind.
I feel I balanced my life even though I still fall over sometimes. I consider the change a win. I look forward to 2015.
And by the way, the Amaryllis made it! That’s got to be a good sign. Here’s to a new outlook in 2015.
Congrats on the three books (I only have one) and the satisfaction that has brought you. Best wishes for a happy, healthy, and prosperous New Year.