Happy New Year’s Eve!
New Year’s Eve has been a favorite as far back as I can remember. Even when I was young and spent the holiday babysitting, I would sit with my young charges and we would make lists of resolutions together. Let me tell you, it wasn’t any less exciting for me because I was the “grown up.” I wish I’d saved one of those lists…
Don’t get me wrong, New Year’s Eve is also a holiday wrought with high, and often times, unrealistic expectations.
But even when the parties stink, or you spend the night working or sick or working AND sick…
NOTHING can take away
the spirit of renewal
that New Year’s stands for.NOTHING can take away the spirit of renewal that New Year's stands for.Click To Tweet
New Year’s Eve remains the holiday for:
For do-overs, fresh-starts and forgiveness!
You don’t have to shop for it or stand in the return line on January 1st.
New Year’s Eve is the holiday of hope and hope is a little something I think we can all use as we close out this year.
As kismet would have it, hope is what brought about totlosophy! When I began blogging earlier this year, I shared one of my first kids quotes but I was surprised to look back and see that I hadn’t included this gem.
So, whether your New Year’s is the “sick in bed” kind of night or of the “epic” variety, the end of this year is a way to start over in the next!