So it’s the New Year again. Once again, I’ve got another chance to do the things I haven’t done, to go places I haven’t been, to learn Danish this year, to meet some new people and above all, I get another chance to be the person I would really like to be.
The New Year always brings a sense of the chance of renewal. I have a friend who says “I’ve lived my life and now there’s nothing left, I’ve retired, I’ve finished, I’m too old to change.” Give me a break …….
I’m going on the premise that I have to plan for the next 30 years. Do you think that’s long enough to have a plan? OK, so some of the last 30 years didn’t quite work out the way I had hoped but I didn’t really HAVE a plan back then. About time then, that I make up for it. I’m sure you agree.
P.S. Have you dropped in on my tenant yet? Angie at Miracle Housekeeping has a plan too, and it involves quitting. I quit on March 31st 2005 and I still crave and crave and crave for a cigarette