This would make a nice painting . . . if I could paint!
As we near the end of 2009, I find myself getting more reflective. I suppose that happens to everyone as we’re about to turn the calendar page to a new month, year, and—hard to believe!—decade.
It looks like wheat, but it isn't. But what is it?
For us, 2010 will usher in an 18th birthday, high school graduation, and the start of college for our #1 son. Meanwhile, as #1 graduates, his younger brother will turn 15 and get his learner’s permit and probably will drive us crazy wanting to be behind the wheel. We also hope that there’s a wonderful, uplifting track season for #2 in the spring.
Here's more of it . . . whatever it is!
The Mister and I face our 20th wedding anniversary at the end of April with a specific goal in mind . . . and, no, it has nothing to do with trying to get along better. Although, maybe we should strive for that, too!
Intriguing fluffy, purply stuff!
Every new year seems to hold so much promise! Goals, hopes, and dreams are written down on January 1. By December 31, will they be firmware or vaporware?
More of the purply stuff
At the end of every year, I ask myself questions. Did I achieve any of my goals? Was I a good mom? Am I more organized?
Did I write blog posts for the sole purpose of showcasing my photos that had absolutely, positively nothing to do with my subject matter?
Can't get enough of this purply stuff!
We don’t need the Magic 8-Ball to figure out the answer to that final query, apparently!