That’s three hundred and sixty-five days to do as we please . . .
To celebrate big moments and small. To make new friends and strive to maintain old friends. To learn a thing or two; to go on an adventure or two. To travel–abroad and in our own backyard. To laugh (and chortle). To sing and dance–paying no mind to the talent we have or haven’t. To create something–to at least try.
Of course, even in years where everything’s coming up roses, there’s sure to be the occasional thorn. Thankfully, there’s three hundred and sixty-five days of grace for those moments, too.
So here’s to you. May the coming days find more laughter than tears; more happy memories than sad. And years from now, when you look back on these three hundred and sixty-five calendar squares, may you find them altogether lovely.
Happy new year, dear friends–here’s to making it one to remember!