It was a completely new year before I started a new ‘how hard can it be’ project.
I am so proud of my restraint (my daughter just rolled her eyes).
The fact that it was less than ten days is irrelevant as far as I am concerned. The change in date indicates a high level of restraint on the change addict’s part and that is the story we will be sticking to for the moment.But if we were to confess our sins at the beginning of the year, the shiny bamboo floor got to me okay...
And I learned that when one is dizzy, it’s generally not a good idea to be up on a ladder; a condition that was probably a direct result of some serious over exposure to fumes.As a result, I have a good bruise on my arm and a huge one on my hip that sort of resembles a huge hickey gone wrong administered by an enormous giant with protruding teeth and is a gruesome shade of plum purple with bits of torn flesh.
But that said; I still do like things that are shiny...
the potential of something (or someone) to be more than what it is (they are) now...And I learned something quite serious about change in the process.
1. Change can be painful.
2. Change requires a purposeful course of action and an exertion of concentrated and focused energy on the part of somebody...
3. Things will always get worse before they get better.
4. Change always starts from where you are now.
That said, in the midst of New Year’s aspirations and good ideas, perhaps one should hold the goals and ambitions against the criteria listed above and consider the resolution in terms of action and energy instead of results.Action and energy are in one’s control, results may be subject to a whole other list of variables. That said; let’s make it a year of positive change!
I wish you all God’s richest blessings in 2015!