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I hope this year has been good to you all. If not, maybe the coming year will be.

I for one, do not know where all the time has gone. I look forward to having another year, good Lord willing, and I hope it will be a good one.

This past year, I have lost loved ones. I have also made new friends, and came up with this webpage, blog, as well as having embarked on a few things with it, I never actually saw myself doing, honestly. It has been an interesting ride. I have found a new way of reaching others with it and hopefully helping a few that follow it, along the way.

Time is so short, people. It comes and leaves us when we least expect it. It not a favor of persons, and shows no lieutenancy.

I really miss times past in a lot of ways. I am also glad some of my past remains in the past, as I am sure others are felling the same. This coming year we can change things, make things right that seem to be wrong. We can move forward in great anticipation of things enlightening us and providing us with much excitement. Somme of us are feeling lost, feeling down and out, but they just have to have enough faith in things not seen yet.

If you have loved ones in your life you need to connect with, again, do so. If you have done wrong to someone, try to make it right. You are given this one life, with which to do and say anything you need to or want to. Do not waste your time here on earth. We were not created to be sad and lonely and depressed. We each were given the power to make a difference, be it small or large. We each have an innate possibility to reach others. To be more than we currently are, is a gift, use it. Take advantage of it.

I just want to encourage you to use this coming year to benefit your life or another’s. Please do not let it get away from you.

Happy New Year, it can be, if only we believe!

I shall see you at this side of the rainbow.

Michelle, MwsR<3 Blessings!

  • If you will remember my half-sister in your prayers. She is facing the end of her life, and she is not faring well at all. She is younger than me and we never grew up together, but she is in my heart none the less.
  • Please remember my nephew, her son, he is faced with the difficult task of being her caregiver through it all.
  • It is never too late people. Reach out to others, you will be a better person for it.

Thank you for reading 🙂



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