I've already met one of my resolutions for the New Year--begin the year without stepping on the scale--and 2014 is only several hours old. Success on Day One. I like it.
To keep that feeling of success, my goals for this new year are simple and few:
- Blog more, even if that means doing it less purfeckly. (Oh, how I want to fix that word!)
- Read a gajillion books minus nine. (That way, I can figure out once and for all--scientifically--how much a gajillion is.)
- Spot more wildlife! (The highlights for me this year were spotting a whale off the coast of Bar Harbor, Maine; a shrew in Broadmayne, England; an owl, sitting by the roadside at dusk three weeks ago; and a heron perched on a rock in the middle of a frozen creek near our home last Sunday.)
- End the year without stepping on the scale.
That's it for me. How about you? If your goals are not simple and fun, would you consider rewriting them? Let me know.
New Every Morning
(1835 - 1905)
Every day is a fresh beginning,
Listen my soul to the glad refrain.
And, spite of old sorrows
And older sinning,
And possible pain,
Take heart with the day and begin again.