Saturday, 31 December 2011

Be All That You Can Be

We're on the cusp of another new year and I haven't made any resolutions, I think they may come tomorrow.   Resolutions are for the most resolute, those who will keep them.  For me - I find its best not to make promises one may not be able to keep.  I know, I know.  My philosophy this year? It's new years eve - if you're not one for resolutions, make a wish and don't tell anyone...

I want to wish everyone the very best for 2012.  Peace, happiness, love and all that good stuff.  Thank you to everyone who has stopped by and read my musings, I absolutely adore every one of you... okay, maybe not the lurkers down the back in raincoats.  Still, though...a pleasure, my friends.  I lift my champagne flute to you, ahem... a toast!

Make a wish...
Here's to being all that you can be in 2012! 
xox

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10 comments:

  1. And the same to you. Hope you make a great wish and have it come true.

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  2. I usually set goals - easier than resolutions.
    Happy New Year!

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  3. I don't make resolutions, I just think of things I'd like to do. Happy New Year. I hope your wishes do come true!

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  4. I wish you a happy New Year filled with love, joy and prosperity.

    :-)

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  5. It has been a fun-filled year (mostly) and I am looking forward to another good year. Best wishes and a Happy New Year, my friend. *clink, clink* And let's make this a great writing year (maybe I can finish my project finally!)! *clink* Anything else we can drink to? ahh, I know! To another lovely year of drinking champagne *clink, clink*

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  6. I'm not one for making resolutions, either, but rather, gentle changes that will improve my life. (Or maybe that's just a clever turn of phrase to make me feel better when I fail. LOL!)

    Happy New Year!

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  7. And a happy 2012 to you too :-))))

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  8. Susan, thank you! And many good wishes for you in 2012!

    Alex, goals are good, I have a very long list of those. ;-)

    Liza, always a good way to think. Resolutions put too much pressure on people. Sometimes you change your mind halfway through the year. ;)

    Misha, wishing you a wonderful 2012! Thanks so much. ;)

    Danette, more bubbly please *clink clink* Definitely more writing on the cards and yes, more discipline! And oh, lots of laughter too!

    Melissa, cheers! We like gentle - gentle works! ;)

    Agnes, and to you dear lady! ;-)))

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  9. Hehe-- I love the resolutions are for the resolute part. :) I hope you have a fabulous 2012! (Whether it comes with resolutions or not.)

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  10. I'm a week late getting here, but I wish you the best in 2012, too!

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