Guess what day it is….we had one of these not too long ago. Remember its just a day.
Keep on blogging and remember to be original in 2015.
Me, I Said This.
Let your blog be the way you share your light with the world. An original post is a great way to do that.
I hope everyone has had a good first day of 2015. If you have that’s awesome. If you haven’t then I hope for a better day tomorrow and the days ahead. A lot of people need a better year than 2014.
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Yesterday is like so last year.
Hello followers! I am grateful to be able to blog with some great people who are just as passionate about creating, curating and sharing things that make their lives great.
I have people of all ages, races, nationalities, genders, religions and personalities following my blog which makes this experience great. I look forward to having meaningful dialogue and connections with you all in 2015. Being mindful of how different we all are means taking care to be respectful and kind.
My presence on Tumblr is one of expression and fun. I am an older blogger who wants to understand the world as it is. If you don’t mind hearing about the life of a guy who has lived a little then I welcome your friendship.
Here’s to some great blogging in the coming year. Be original, share yourself, let the world know who you are. We will all be better for it.
It is my hope that in 2015 that people will come together in peace and love to find hope and grace. Blessed be the ties that bind our hearts and souls.
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To everyone everywhere I wish you a great year. May you experience peace, grace, love and joy. Its a fresh chapter in our lives, lets do good things for one another.
How we do 2015 tonight. Happy New Years everyone. #2015 #bubbly
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And the weight loss commercials begin. It’s time to shed a few after the excess of the holidays. I know I need to drop a few, well more than a few but you know what I mean.
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Most everyone makes them so here are my resolutions for 2015.
A bad habit I’m going to break: Beating myself up.
A new skill I’d like to learn: building spreadsheets
A person I hope to be more like: my grandmom
A good deed I’m going to do: A guys day with my granddad
A place I’d like to visit: Cherokee, NC
A book I’d like to read: Pastrix from Rev. Nadia Bolz-Weber
A letter I’m going to write: Love letters to my wife
A new food I’d like to try: Rhubarb pie
I’m going to do better at: listening and responding to everyone
Let’s see how I do one year from now.