...I have be strolling through all your wonderful blogs today, catching up on your holiday celebrations and anxiously reading your New Years' resolutions. Oh my, do you ever have some lofty goals for the year!
I decided, this year, to do something different for me. I saw this a few weeks ago on a few other blogs and thought I would give it a try. Choosing a word, a mantra perhaps, that will be your guide throughout the coming year.
Oh yes, I still have all the same old, tired resolutions; *take better care of myself *exercise more *lose
This year I decided that I would begin the year, end the year, and live every moment of the year...to embrace the year and all it's possibilities. I've decided to stop being an observer in my life and to jump in and live it. Sounds ridiculous doesn't it, but when you are mired in illness and depression the hardest thing to do is participate...in anything. I will embrace life and live it with joy. *to play *to dance *to sing in the rain *to run through the sprinkler *to fly kites at the beach *to build sand-castles *to go on picnics *to learn how to play mah-jong *to take more photos, even if I am a sotc girl *to bake *to read *to...*to...*to...
embrace new ideas
embrace, embrace, embrace
Welcome to 2011 Jj, this is your life, now go forth and live it, live well, embrace your dreams.
1. ( also intr ) (of a person) to take or clasp (another person) in the arms, or (of two people) to clasp each other, as in affection, greeting, etc; hug
2. to accept (an opportunity, challenge, etc) willingly or eagerly
3. to take up (a new idea, faith, etc); adopt: to embrace Judaism
4. to comprise or include as an integral part: geology embraces the science of mineralogy
5. to encircle or enclose
thank you Merriam-Webster