This is my last blog post of the year. I will be heading out with the family for some together time in the mountains. It has been an extra busy time trying to prepare for our trip away in addition to the usual shopping and wrapping, and it seems like every store I go into is playing the song “Grown Up Christmas List.” Maybe I am just more aware of the song, or maybe they are playing it more that usual this year, but either way I have had a great chance to listen to the lyrics and I decided to make my own Grown Up Christmas List.
These are my wishes for all of you in the coming year:
- Health- I learned this year that health is a very fragile thing. Enjoy it while you have it, improve it if you can and be thankful for it every day.
- Happiness- Take time to do something fun or that you really enjoy. It doesn’t need to cost much, a walk on the beach is free, surrounded yourself with good friends and family they are your greatest gift.
- Good Fortune- Whether you are an author or are called to do something else, I wish you all work for the coming year, especially those who are out of work.
- Many Many Cinnamon Rolls– I am allergic to chocolate (terrible I know) so I make up for it with cinnamon rolls. I have found that life is just a little bit better when you have a cinnamon roll every once in a while. So I wish you many many cinnamon rolls and moments of fun.
Just a quick note to thank you all for your support and special thanks to my Super Blog Buddy Sarah, I couldn’t do this without you.
Happy Holidays and be careful out there, I will meet you back here after the New Year.
Writing on the Sidwalk