It's a new day. It's a new dawn. It's a New Year ... and I'm feeling good!
Waking up to 2011 with a cup of java and a pen. I have a few New Years resolutions to commit to paper, but first I'd like to take a moment to reflect on the last twelve months. 2010 was an unforgettable year; a year that brought with it many joys:
First and foremost, my family remained healthy and well, and my connection with God strong. I accomplished what was at one time an almost impossible dream of mine and wrote my first novel, and then in August I received two offers of representation and signed with my wonderful agent. I also discovered Ipad's remarkable "sample" a book feature, and decided I didn't dislike The Kindle, after all. I read fifteen books, watched 100 episodes of Joel Osteen, and walked 400 miles on my treadmill.
It's been a good year. Hard to imagine how just a year can change everything. It can make you better, stronger, bring you closer to, or even fulfill, your biggest dreams. That's why we set goals and make up New Years resolutions. This year–this remarkable 2011, when you set those goals to paper, don't be afraid to go for your heart's desires. Go for it! Here's a look at the goals I've set for 2011 in no particular order:
1.) Good health
2.) Strong Bonds/Family/God
3.) Finish Novel #2
4.) See The Silence of Mercy Bleu published
5.) Dream Big
6.) See a lighthouse, a waterfall, and the Atlantic
7.) Chase a rainbow
8.) Live. Love. Laugh.
So there you have it, my resolutions for 2011. No doubt it's going to be an amazing year! How about you? What do you hope for in 2011?
Thanks for visiting today. I want to wish you all a happy, healthy New Year over-flowing with good fortune, love and inspiration!