The Holiday festivities are over, and the New Year is here – and we all wish that 2010 will be a better year. 2009 was a rough year for many, for our Country. Despite all the challenges, we start 2010 with hope – hoping for the best.
I had my share of good news on the farmhouse. The survey has been completed and so far so good; the affidavits all taken care of. Now it is a matter of getting everyone to sign and proceed to closing. Then, the restoration will begin, which I think is the exciting part, along with moving to a different part of the country and starting a new simpler life. We will have to get used to the southern accent (which I love), and many of the small town living customs. It is all good!
A friend of mine mentioned to me the other day that she will not plan for 2010. Instead, she will receive every day and enjoy what the day brings. I think it is a wonderful idea! I will try to do the same, although we all know how difficult that has proven to be for me. The thought of not planning is a bit unsettling for me. So far, I have managed to make lists and timeframes for pretty much everything, and it is not even the 10th of January. Managed to straighten and clean all my files, created a budget plan, logged all my goals and timeframes for this year, organized the office, and reviewed my decluttering schedule … It goes on and on. This is why I thought my friend’s idea was a magnificent one.
Well, I am determined to make the best of every day of this year. The New Year is here, and the clock started ticking …