I was going to make out a snappy new post (or a grumpy one) for the new year, but then I realised that like resolutions, I don’t have anything Earth-shakingly worth trying to change and make new in terms of how I FEEL about the whole “New Year” experience.
SO, I’ve elected to re-share some of my feelings from the last new year before I make some new posts for the new year.
Hope this finds you all hale and hearty and in good spirits and that you can share in the spirit that this post tries to express.
First things first, it’s only polite for me to wish all you good folk for the new year and explain the title of this post: simply, the celebrations are done, the decorations are (mostly) down and the high is waning, thus ending the beginning and allowing the new year to actually begin.
Here we are, yet again at the start of a new year – the year 2014.
I puzzled over this post you know. Truly.
I puzzled and agonised and contemplated and even wondered a little. This is a new year. It’s also a time of parties, celebrations, revelry and the odd resolution here and there. But then I was conversing with Boss-Man the other day and somewhere along the chat we likened it to birthdays and it came up that both these occassions are unique among holidays.
Why, you ask?
Because it made us…
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