Being among the last to celebrate the birth of New Year could make us envious of those who have gone before us. Fatigued over watching the hourly countdown parties all day, petulant that ours was still to come, seemingly forever away, but we are not that way.
The glitter that we wade through to get to our own celebration might be tarnished in our eyes if we let it be, but no, we are Canadians. We are British Columbians, and we know how to savour the moment in our hearts, to make it ours, even if everyone else has already left the party.
It’s a fresh new year, a chance to start over, begin anew, envision words that we will hope to shape our lives, and continue our journey forward. Freshness is in the outlook, the heart, and the mind, and where your new year falls has so little to do with that, it’s your view of what’s ahead that matters, not when you celebrate it.
I wish to you all a Happy New Year, the new dawning day still fresh and moist, the hangovers are still thumping in some heads, [not mine]. The dinners soon to be eaten, the decorations to be taken down, and the resolutions to be broken, but that’s the future, and all we have is this very moment.
Lets celebrate that.
May it be that every good thing that you have in mind comes to you, may it be a year full to the brim of love, and happiness, joy, and good fortune.
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Set your goals, and attempt to attain them, it’s not if you can make it work, but how you do it, and how you deal with comes from doing it that matters.
Happy New Year!