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Often when we post photos of couples on our Facebook page and here on the blog, we receive emails asking us how the couples met.
When I asked Khalia how she and Jason met, she said, “We met on New Year’s Eve 2011 at a celebration. That year I brought in the New Year with the man I am spending the rest of my life with. We have been inseparable ever since!”
Truly, Khalia’s brown eyes are Jason’s blue skies!
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“[Today], is the first blank page of a 365 page book. Write a good one.”
Happy New Year to everyone!
Today is January 1, 2013. Whether we like it or not, we’ve turned the book on 2012 and forever closed the book. Sure, some of the choices and decisions we made in 2012 may affect us this year and in the years to come, but the book is closed because we can never go back. The rest of our life is ahead of us, and we have new pages to write in our Book of Life.
“Energy” is the theme for the January NaBloPoMo Challenge. How appropriate! I’m facing 2013 with a great deal of energy –and delight. I have some wonderful plans for the blog – shucks, for my life – and participating in the challenge is a built-in way to keep the momentum going.
What better way to start writing in my new 365 page book than by blogging? I’m ready to “Write a good one” in 2013. How ‘bout you?
Join in the Fray: What plans have you made to “Write a good one” in 2013?
I’m blogging every day in the month of January as a participant in NaBloPoMo. Thanks for reading and feel free to comment!