Sunset at Prien Lake Park

Sunset at Prien Lake Park

Friday, December 31, 2010

New Years Eve, 2010

I'm not big on late-night parties, crowds of people, noise. But there's something about the New Year holiday I love. It's like a gift from the calendar. A clean slate. A fresh start. A new beginning. There's something forgiving about turning the page and putting the past behind. Like most folks these days, I shun resolutions, but around this time of year, I tend to think about how I might do some things differently, how I might change a pesky pattern of behavior. I want to be less critical of myself, and at the same time, I want to be better organized and more efficient with my time, especially the time devoted to writing.

But I'll think on that tomorrow. Tonight we say goodbye to 2010. And dream wishes for 2011. We've become so accustomed to staying in and celebrating the New Year with the boys, it's hard to imagine doing anything else.

How do you celebrate and what are your dreams for 2011? Whatever they are, I wish all of you a very blessed and Happy New Year.

1 comment:

Common Household Mom said...

Happy New Year! Our celebration included getting food from the grocery store because we discovered that all the restaurants are too crowded and watching the movie Iron Man. That's just the three of us. The girls actually have a social life and aren't here. And now that it's 11 pm I am going to bed.