Thursday, January 5th, 2012

Settling in to the New Year

Stephanie

Though I don’t celebrate the holidays, I observe a magnificent energetic surge from the day following Thanksgiving to Christmas day and then another from Christmas to New Year’s Eve.

I’m assuming that by now, the holiday leftovers have been cleaned out of the fridge. That many of you have put away the presents and taken down your holiday decorations and that maybe the batteries have already died in some of the new toys you bought for your children.

Now that it’s a whole new year, what does that mean for you? What if anything, is different or what do you wish to change?

 


2 thoughts on “Settling in to the New Year

  1. I am a year older-on the 5th exactly!; living in yet another new city and state; I’ve been invited to help on a project this summer in a part of the world I’ve never visited; I start French classes next week; and hope to begin a course in simultaneous translation. This plus the quotidian wonders and serendipitous and sometimes challenging other events and encounters…well, it should be Quite the adventure!

  2. I am a year older-on the 5th exactly!; living in yet another new city and state; I’ve been invited to help on a project this summer in a part of the world I’ve never visited; I start French classes next week; and hope to begin a course in simultaneous translation. This plus the quotidian wonders and serendipitous and sometimes challenging other events and encounters…well, it should be Quite the adventure!

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