Happy New Year 2014


free-happy-new-year-2014-clipartHappy New Year to one and all.  2013 was a great year. It was busy, but I definitely found time for my family.  That is the most important thing for me right now.

For the past two years I have listed my goals specifically regarding my business, my blog and my health.  However, this year I have decided not to create any goals or resolutions.  I see this year as a year of change.  My oldest son will be graduating in May and heading off to college this fall.  I will still be homeschooling, but only my youngest son.  Life as I have known it for 13 years will be changing.  That is a great thing, even as it brings some sadness.

I have decided that the only goals I have are to spend more time in prayer, seeking God’s will in all matters.  I also plan to put my family first whenever I can.  Finally I plan to focus on the moments.  To just enjoy the good and the not-so-great moments.  I want to remember these last few months of life with all four of us under one roof.  Then I want to embrace the changes and really enjoy watching Z go off to college to start his life as a young adult, as well as really enjoy having just JV at home.

I will continue blogging.  It is so much a part of my life, I can’t imagine not having a blog.  It will be sparse for the next couple of months as my boys are heavily involved in swimming and basketball, but I am still here. Working my business when I can. Looking forward to warmer weather that will bring auction sales and garage sales.

May 2014 bring love and peace to your homes.


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