Another year has passed. It has been an interesting one full of uncertainty, but on the plus side there has been lots of personal growth in mind, body, and spirit.
Last year, at this time, I was with my Mum, John and Max. We had a lovely Christmas together. The children were with Richard. They are with Richard again this year and having a lovely time for which I am grateful. I had a thought today that the greatest gift I ever gave Richard was three lovely children.
This year I have spent largely on my own although that has to do with Bedgebury. It has taken all of my focus. There are so many angles. I have been trying to get started with the development project but it has been difficult to find someone who would believe in me. At the eleventh hour I had a reprieve and I am hoping that 2017 will mark the beginning of a transformation. I am very proud of what I have accomplished but there is a lot more work to do.
I am doing more yoga which has helped me stay calm, cool and collected. I have enjoyed my water skiing and my golf. I would like to do more running and cycling next year, especially through the forest.
I hope that the world becomes a less scary place in the future. Every small action makes a difference and we must all try to be that difference. We must be careful with our thoughts as they have consequences to our wellbeing. Be brave, be strong, but most important of all, be grateful. Our lives are precious. Enjoy every minute and reach for the stars. Embrace all that life has to offer.
I am working hard at creating a positive meaningful life for myself. I have made sacrifices. I have made mistakes, but I am determined to be the best that I can. The most important thing I wish to achieve is to be happy with myself. I intend to continue to nourish my mind, body and spirit and in the process create solid roots from which I can branch out from a position of strength. Then I will conquer the world, or at least learn to live with it.