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Six-Word Saturday #55

Posted on: January 3, 2015

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Wonderful holiday behind; new year ahead

I spent time with my family. I wrote a ghost story. I organized my writing notebooks. I read and reviewed some favorite books. I helped feed homeless cats. I sorted through old photos. I slept late and took naps. Ah, what a wonderful holiday!

Now the new year is ahead. Plastered across Facebook are resolutions. A few people have also asked me, “What are your resolutions for the new year?” If anything it’s simply to take more time to be still. The past few years my life has been a mix of both sad and happy. I’d like to slow down, sort through memories, and reflect.

Happy New Year!

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12 Responses to "Six-Word Saturday #55"

Sounds like a wonderful holiday was had by you! Wishing you a great 2015!

All holidays should be as good!

Sounds like a good resolution to me.

If only I could keep it. 😦

I think your holidays sound very productive!

I pretty much crossed everything on my TO DO list. Even better, I actually also got to relax too!

Perfect – you must let me into your secret of achieving so much!

Sadly, after two weeks of being productive, I’m now in a stretch of being complacent and lazy. 😦

Lazy weeks and productive weeks actually sounds like quite a good balance. 🙂

A very happy new year to you too.

My only resolution is never to make resolutions! 😉
Best of luck in the coming year.
http://khel666.blogspot.com/2015/01/rachel-potter-capella-i-knew-you-were.html

I like your resolution. 😉

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Summer Reviews

Books can take connect us with strangers, take us to unique places, and introduce us to new ideas. They can also offer hope in a chaotic world. And so I must share what I read!

Each week, I’ll introduce you to religious books, Advanced Reader Copies, animal books, or diversity books. Some I’ll review as singles and others as part of round-ups. Just ahead, there will be reviews of:

  • Joni: The unforgettable story of a young woman’s struggle against quadriplegia & depression by Joni Eareckson
  • The True Story of the World’s Most Beloved Animal Sanctuary by Samantha Glen
  • Brothers in hope : the story of the Lost Boys of Sudan–refugees by Mary Williams
  • The Inner Life of Cats by Thomas McNamee

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