by Maggie Sefton
I couldn't resist posting new photos of daughter Serena and S-I-L Jeff's doggies----12 month old French Mastiff "puppy" Boss and Sweet Dachsund Oscar. How better to celebrate the New Year than with beloved pets? My doggies, Katy and Max, and I are celebrating the holidays already with taking it easy every day. :)
I hope all of you enjoy the upcoming New Year's Eve and celebrate in your own
special way----at a party with friends, pizza and beer with family, standing with the crowd in Times Square and counting down the minutes and seconds, or quietly enjoying a rich eggnog with rum while watching favorite movies at home.
Boss helping load dishes in the dishwasher
I've always found the prospect of beginning a new year somewhat exciting. A new year is the time for new beginnings, new projects, or returning to old pursuits that you haven't engaged in for a long time. Anything is possible. Really. Think about it. If you decide you want to pursue a new goal or take up a new hobby, learn a new language. . . whatever. You can begin. You're already halfway there by making the decision. The next step is to take action. And you get to define what that entails.
Is there a treat coming?
Every new direction I've ever taken in my life or in my writing career I've begun in the January of a new year. Somehow it seems there's a special energy that's available in January. What new path or project will you choose this New Year?