My head is filled with what this means but if today is anything to go on I'm going to have a lazy year. Other than going to church and cooking the traditional black-eyed peas in a crock pot, I did little today. :) I've made resolutions regarding my health and my home and home I can keep those for longer than the traditional resolution time frame. My writing is next on my list -- it's time to continue the book I'm working on and find an agent this year. So Happy New Year one last time -- here's praying everyone's 2012 will be totally blessed.
2010 is still more than two hours away but I'm thinking about the coming year and resolutions I'd like to make. I have a major plan for organization (believe me I need it), a number of projects, books I hope to write, pounds to lose, health to improve, plans to spend more quality time with family and friends, gardening. . . the list goes on and on.
But then in my head I already know I've already made too many plans. It's been suggested that I do a list of two or three things at the time, mark those off and move on. I'm thinking more one basket, one drawer, one box. The main thing I need to remember is to seek God's assistance in everything I take on and know He'll give me the strength to carry through.
Best wishes to all of you for a wonderful New Year.
Inspirational author Terry Fowler shares her thoughts.