Wednesday, January 2, 2013

A New Year again

After a wonderful Christmas holiday with family at the lake, on Tulin Road and in Seattle, I guess it is time to face reality. New Year's Day was sunny here in Kingston so the rabbits and the chickens and the goats all got clean spaces and New Year's treats. It felt great to be outside in the sun for a little while enjoying crisp winter air.

Today was the real beginning of the year for me, with cleaning and a quiet house. This is the last of my "quiet moments" since David's last day of work is tomorrow so I made the best of today and finished a project I have been planning for the last month or more. I recovered the chair in the living room to match all the new furniture. Now I have a "unified" design without odd patterns and shapes. We'll see how long this lasts though I am pleased with the outcome.

Beyond the beginning years cleaning and redesigning, I don't have many words of wisdom to share. Barb and I concluded earlier today that realistically the only resolution we can even come close to meeting is to do less harm- this after recognizing that a 20 year old friend has started a non-profit to decrease child labor in India!  So, be well every one and do less harm while enjoying the moments of the coming year more than ever.

Mama Llama

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