Well, here we are again; it's new year's eve. Where did 2009 go exactly?
I try not to look back at any year with regrets; rather, opportunities to make things different and maybe even better in the coming year.
It's how I roll.
Therefore, let me start by saying thank you to each of you who read my drivel every day. Whether you were here in 2008 or new in 2009, thanks. Thanks for reading, thanks for commenting, thanks for caring about me and my family.
If I could give you all giant, squeezy hugs right now, I would.
We've had some ups and we've had our downs, but God is good and He's been faithful and really, that's all that we need, isn't it?
He sees down the road at that moment when we think that all is lost, and He knows. And really, I like a plan, but that picture would be too big for me to handle. So it's good that He's got it covered.
Cancer journeys are hard. Grieving the loss of my grandmother has been more difficult than I ever imagined. But with those difficulties come new perspectives. That life must be lived, now more than ever, because we never know what's around the corner.
And you know what? In the process, I've seen my Dad with more sparkle in his eye and spring in his step than ever. (Not bad for an old cuss who just had a birthday last week!) And I've been able to reconnect with family that I'd sorta lost over the years. And that's been a lot of fun!
So, what does 2010 have in store? I'm not sure, but I'm excited to find out! I say, bring it on!
Happy New Year, everybody!