Rather than state resolutions, I have goals similar to my prayer every night as I end my day- May I be a better wife tomorrow, a more patient mom, a more organized homemaker, effective servant of the Lord, as tomorrow is a new day.
I love a new start.
I hope for superficial things like provision to go on our vacation to Colorado this June. And for a new car. To read more books. And to become a better knitter.
I hope to grow closer to my friends, and be a better friend to them.
I hope for my family to live a "greener" life.
I hope to get rid of extra "stuff."
Whether it be emotional or physical baggage.
And appreciate more of what is truly important.
I hope I continue to keep my eyes open for what is truly important, and never let "moments" pass by unnoticed.
I hope to not set limits or expectations, or make judgements and assumptions, and only hope to focus on what is good and true.
I hope to always know my purpose, and to put it to good use.
I hope to always look forward and not back, up and not down...
Yes, in this New Year, many treasures await...