New Year's....Day Two

When I tried to post my blog from yesterday, the whole thing crashed.  So, apparently my new year's resolution was detained by technical difficulties!  Ah, such is life.

I refuse to be deterred.  At this age I no longer try and convince  myself that anything of value in this world is 'easy'.  It is not.  But we learn so much about who we really are in the challenges.

We enjoyed a wonderful holiday with several get-together's with friends and family.  But, truthfully, I am so ready to get back to:

  • My wellness eating plan
  • The day-to-day 'business' of living
  • Planning for the year ahead
I think my 'let's get on with it' mentality is healthy.  It gets me past the days that make I want to just throw it all in and start over.  

My prayer this year is for balance and wisdom in all things--spiritual, personal, political, financial.

 I believe we will see monumental political changes this year and we will witness a country waking from it's long night's sleep.  Engagement is necessary to fix the problems with our government.  Take the time to engage your officials.  Challenge their reasoning as well as your own.

Time to roll up our sleeves.  Our Constitution put the people in charge and I think we have gotten lazy.  

Here's to our awakening to the blessings we enjoy.



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