We’re in the home stretch. We’re almost there.
Come on in, New Year! We’re ready, right?
I’m flying cross country today from Wisconsin, where I spent the past five days with family, to California, where more loved ones await. Wisconsin was cold, snowy, wet, rainy, but filled with family love. I was here for my mom’s funeral and found an abundance of tears, much laughter, and the familiar ties of blood relatives that run impenetrably deep.
I’m homeward bound, ready to put this past year behind me, and eager to start fresh in 2011. This new year will descend upon us whether we’re ready or not, so prepare to meet it with a hearty appetite for life, a plan to move forward on your goals, and a bountiful love for family and friends.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
B.J., Rex, and Charlie Bear (who’ll be back next week with more of the saga of his LBA (Life Before Adoption).
10 thoughts on “Homeward Bound”
Beautiful, BJ. Welcome home! Have been thinking of you and praying for you.
Thank you, Jean. Hope you are feeling wonderful and enter the new year healthy! Hugs!
Oh, B.J., I am so, so sorry. Bundle up to keep warm, sip a cup of chicken soup because that’s what Mom would say, and know you are so greatly loved. Blessed New Year!
Kay, thank you so much for the condolences. Yes, Mom would give me chicken soup, and TONS of warm hugs. I miss her already. Happy New Year to you & Pa Writer Dan. : )
great advice!! Happy, Healthy New Year to you!
Thank you, Caren!
I’m so sorry, B. J. I know what it’s like to lose a mom. I’m praying for you.
Thank you for the prayers, Sue! Hugs!
Thinking about you.
Thanks for the thoughts, Julie! Hugs!