I am looking forward to a new year. I'm one of those people who make resolutions/goals/lists of things that I like to cross off. They give me direction, even if I do veer off now and then. I like Mondays, the first day of the month, the first day of class, watching for seedlings to come out of the earth, really any kind of new beginning. Beginnings are exciting.
Brownie points if you can tell me what's happening in this picture.
Normally Christmas break is my favorite two weeks out of the year. It's just that I can't see the outline right now, and even though I have faith in the Master Outliner . . . it is easy to find fault with myself. I'm thankful for Jesus and what He has made possible through His life and sacrifice. The following verses come from my favorite chapter in the Book of Mormon: 2 Nephi, chapter 2.
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I thank you for your friendship and hope 2011 is a wonderful year for all of you.