The New Year


The New Year.

Who I want to be
Where I want to go
What I want to do
Who I want to know
Where I want to grow
What I want to sow
I love lists and I hate them
I make them and I break them
They are long when maybe
they should be simple and short
This is writing . . . it shouldn’t be tamed
It should flow and go and go and on it goes
A wish list for my life, perhaps
But never said, never thought and never dreamed
equals never happens
Think big, dream big, wish big, hope big and do big
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Did you have a Happy New Year? I was sick in bed. In fact, I feel like New Year’s has not even come yet for me. But, surely, it has and so I suppose I should get thinking about this and that and what I should do and who I should be.
I’ve been reading resolutions, goals and lists (I’ve quite enjoyed this format & might take this rather new approach for myself this year).
The above is a little something I wrote last year before I wrote out my lists and plans for the year. And I’m a little sad to report that I could probably just adapt last years list to this year.
I like to write out areas to grow in, relationships to work on, random wish type goals to the normal exercise ambitions.
For the sake of crossing this and that off … here are a few things from last year that…. I can … check check.
*Not be so fearful – doing things afraid if I must (this is kind of ongoing for me but I did do a big {at least for me} something afraid this past year
*More Date Nights with the Mister
*Look for and recognize my children’s gifts/talents (narrowing this down with #1)
*Walk 5x a week (lets not count the month of December)
*Make new friends and be a friend
*Meet some bloggers
What about you? Are you a resolutions type of girl? Do you make them and break them? Are they just for fun or part of your life story?
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Responses

  • the lil bee
    Commented on January 4th, 2011 at 4:02pm

    I love your poem, or whatever it is you'd call it. It's simple and beautiful. I loved Erin's non-goals, as well. Hope you're feeling better. Being sick over the holidays was not fun in our house either!

  • christine {bijouandboheme}
    Commented on January 4th, 2011 at 5:30pm

    First, loved your poem- you're very talented my dear. Next, as for resolutions, I have more of a to get done list that I try to work on- I think resolutions are too easily not achieved and that just makes you feel guilty- I prefer some little putter things I can easily check off and then I just continually remind myself of hte bigger picture things I want to change/work on throughout the year. Not entirely sure if that made any sense but there you go:) How are you feeling btw- 2011 will be such an exciting one for you!

  • Miz.November
    Commented on January 4th, 2011 at 7:29pm

    I love the poem.
    I make lists, too. Sometimes things get marked off. Sometimes not. I just hope that I can be happy regardless of what I get done.

    *e-mail me your address. I owe you some goodies.

  • Cindy
    Commented on January 4th, 2011 at 8:04pm

    Love your poem! Happy New Year!

  • ola appletea
    Commented on January 5th, 2011 at 8:50am

    I hope you got better!
    poem is beautiful!

    BEST!!!!!

  • Exquisite Accessories
    Commented on January 6th, 2011 at 2:53am

    Happy New Year Trina, so sorry you were not well hope you are feeling better!! I am terrible at resolutions I last a month, so I have just gone with to do the best I can for the year bit boring & safe come to think of it!!

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