I have a choice today about what I can write. Here’s what’s going on in my life, just as similar things are going on in yours.
One of the things I’ve learned about writing a blog. People may enjoy the happy posts, but they flock to the disaster posts. Conversely, they dislike the disaster posts, because we all have enough sturm and drang in our lives and prefer a bit of divertissement. [Read more…]
Along with all the articles at this time of year about new year resolutions are articles about how by the end of January, most people have abandoned their resolutions.
“Resolutions I can keep” is an idea I got from my daughter. When she told me hers, I was delighted because they seemed so doable instead of inspirational. I’ve borrowed a few from her to adopt as my own, and added to the list.
For the past, oh, two decades, I’ve stayed home, happily.
I’m not a believer in the eve. It makes so many people miserable. It’s an arbitrary date. Forced gaiety is not my thing.
I usually cook something comforting, drink some good bubbles, watch the ball drop and go to bed. I adore New Year’s day however, waking well and early with great energy for what’s ahead. Cooking another something comforting for my hangover-straggling-in friends. [Read more…]