Sunday, December 31, 2017
End of the Year/New Word of the Year
Yikes. It feels like the last few weeks have just flown by! I can't believe it's New Years Eve already. We won't be doing much of anything. I do ring my Mum and 'see in' the new year with her. It's something we've done for years now.
Daughter made it home. She said it got a bit hairy around the bottom of Lake Michigan - near white-out conditions, but when she got past that it wasn't too bad. Just a long drive. It ended up taking her close to twelve hours. At least she made it home safely. Middle son came up to visit though I wish he'd stayed home as it snowed a little more, the roads are really bad and there have been a lot of accidents. People still seem to drive really fast for the conditions. Hopefully once he's home my stomach will settle.
The New Year got me thinking about a new word for the year. Do you ever choose a new word for a new year? It's a word you're supposed to choose that best describes what you would like to obtain in the new year. That's the way I take it anyway.
Last year my word was ADVENTURE. I wanted to try new things and go new places. Overall I think I did pretty well. Hubby and I had lots of new adventures - we went to some new places and did some new things. It was a really good year for adventures though we never reached some of our other goals. I've been trying to think of my word for next year. I wanted one that could encompass lots of different things. I've thought about using BOLD - I'm shy and an introvert so that would be daring, or CREATE - something I definitely want to do next year, but I settled on EXPLORE.
I think it's pretty similar to last year, but it sets up nicely what I plan on doing - explore new places and new things, explore new ventures in life, explore new creative things I'd like to give a go or finish. So that's my word.
I hope everyone has a great New Year's Eve. Stay safe and warm. See you next year!
Posted by Sharon at 4:25:00 PM
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Relieved to hear that your daughter made it home safe.ReplyDelete
We get the same here....people driving too fast when the road conditions are bad. Really....what can be so important as to put peoples lives at risk.
For the first time I am going to have a word for the year and it will be.....TIME. I will be making time for me and I will no longer wait hand and foot on my pair while they are sat on the sofa with their feet up. I feel as if I am on duty twenty four hours a day just about and it is going to stop.
Have a wonderful New Year Sharon. I am so looking forward to reading about your Exploring in 2018
Glad your daughter made it home safe and sound in those awful conditions. Love your new word for the year. Best wishes for 2018.ReplyDelete