Yesterday was one of the few days in the last five years that I didn't post anything. I kept trying to write something poignant. I started off in search of an inspirational video to share, watching "Military Homecomings" on YouTube and couldn't keep a dry eye long enough to just type.
I wanted to wish everybody a wonderful holiday season, but I'd already done that the day before. Well, here we are on December 26 and the year is quickly coming to a close.
Sheila and I just got back in from our morning walk and along the way I started thinking about choices and the control we all have in our lives, even though at times it seems like we don't. Take it a step further and I started thinking about my own New Year's resolutions and all the things I have on my bucket list for 2015. Stay with me, it's a short post this morning, but there really is a point...
Heading into the New Year, let's all make some resolutions with some meat in them. Let's create some standards for our lives that really make a difference...
I didn't mean to go into what's starting to sound like a sermon, just wanted to plant a seed of an idea that I tripped over this morning. We all have so many choices and even when we make the wrong ones, we can alway choose a new path.
Sheila and I have a couple of framed pieces by Brian Andreas and this one just seems to fit this morning. While time is our most valuable commodity, we have so many choices in how to use it.
the day he figured out there was exactly enough time
for the important things in his life."
Wishing all of you a wonderful Friday and time to just enjoy friends and family as 2014 comest to a close.
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