One of my Christmas presents this year (in addition to two extra magazines for my Walther PPS and a little something from the “Secret” store at the mall) was a nice, inexpensive desktop computer that will be a lot faster and more efficient than my current desktop computer.
I spent today saving various files to disc that included infant Eva videos, old essays I’ve written, and a variety of pictures. I found many pictures from around the time G and I met ten years ago. Some of the pictures I laughed at, some I cringed at, and some I wished I could go back and re-live…or at least look like again.
It’s not our ten-year wedding anniversary, but it’s the ten-year anniversary from the time we met and there are so many memories to go with it. I can’t believe it’s only been ten years…two fishing boats, two houses (one at a time, of course!), two children, two dogs, friends, little trips, good seasons, bad seasons, the ups, and the downs. Feels like a lot.
Anyway. I found the above “Good Choice-Bad Choice” picture on one of my Facebook friend’s profiles. I grabbed it to post here.
What will my Good Choices be in the new year? What are the Bad Choices I regret from the past year?
There are a couple personal “habits” of mine that reared their ugly heads this last year that I hope to reign in next year. I want my children to continue to be as happy, snuggly, and active next year as they were last year. I hope to continue to let negative things and people go and embrace the positive. I hope that I will continue to forgive and be forgiven. I hope I will write instead of go on Facebook when I have the chance. I hope G has as great of a crab season this year as he did last year, and that when he goes longlining, the season will go fast and not slow.
I also hope that when we have both cheese and chips in the house, I will choose to not make nachos for “everyone” and then eat them myself. Ha!
Wishing the very best to you in the New Year. Love you all!