Happy New Year!

» Posted on Dec 31, 2012 in Blog | 8 comments

I wish you all a happy New Year. I want the best for you in 2013.

Have you made in New Year resolutions yet? Are you going to? I gave up making them years ago because it became more stressful than helpful. I never made it past January with a resolution in tact. That’s not to say I don’t make goals for myself. I have weekly writing goals and usually make them. I’m trying to stick to a goal of exercising three times a week on the treadmill. Most of the time I do, but I have to admit December was a hard month to do it.

Before saying good-bye to 2012, take a look back at the year. What are you most thankful for in 2012? I am thankful that my husband is home from the hospital and is slowly recovering.

What do you want in 2013? I want my husband to get back to one hundred percent. Oh, I hope I continue to write entertaining, moving stories.


  1. I am thankful that i am home from the hospital and nursing home that i was in there for two months and i am thankful that my daughter and granddaughter they are willing to take care of me. I am blessed that God watches over me. I am thankful for great family and friends.God bless everyone and Happy 2013 a New Year.
    Norma Stanforth

  2. I hope you have a great 2013. It’s great you are home from the hospital and nursing home.

  3. Happy New Year Margaret! I am thankful for my family and that I was able to see both my brother and sister this year. Not at the same time but within a couple months of each other. I’m thankful that we have our health and that my Mom’s health has improved over the year.

    For 2013 I am going to work on ‘discipline’ . In all areas.

    Smiles & Blessings to you and your family. I am so glad to hear your husband is improving.

    Cindy W.

  4. Thanks, Cindy. I’m glad to hear about your mom’s health improving.

  5. New Years resolution are not the answer for me. I’m better off just making life changes over time.

    I’m always thankful for my family.

    Happy New Year!!


  6. That’s what’s better for me, too, Mary. Happy New Year.

  7. Happy new year! Hope your husband gets better.


  8. Thanks, bn100. He is but not fast enough for him.

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