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I Flow New Year

 

I guess I just don't understand what the big deal is with having a day that we celebrate to start a new year. We should simply be thankful. I want a celebrate every day, day because I find that each day is such a treasure. So, let's just celebrate each day as it comes!

I'm not one to set goals. I know I won't keep them, so why set myself up for failure. I start new things often, and I'm very disciplined to do what it is that I need to do. I plan. Is this a goal? I try not to put off until tomorrow what I can do today (thank you, mother, for drilling this into my core). I move from A-Z to accomplish things. Mostly though, I flow.

I love change and feel I'm a visionary, but no goals, nor do I have a bucket list. I suppose most people think about where they want to be in 5, 10, or 15 years and plan accordingly. They decide where they want to travel and make it happen. I'm still thinking about what I want to be when I grow up! I flow.

I'm thinking about it. Maybe it is time for me to find a job again before I'm too old.  Ha! Too late for the old part! I flow!

2020 has begun. I know because the calendar says so. I'm ready to get back into the routine of open availability; don't have time for new year closures! I need to flow!

I want to be available each day to walk, talk, and move with action as the Lord leads. I rest assured that there will be changes, most good, and maybe a few not so much, but I'm going to be in the zone of living out my faith as I flow! I ask myself, what will I take to the entrance? (I don't think heaven has an entrance sign, but you never know!)

 

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On another note...

If I feel the urge to travel and I can't, no need to have a goal or a bucket list, I just go to McDonald's and I imagine I'm there...

 

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