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May good thoughts lead to many good things,May joy be the song your heart always sings,May health and happiness fill your homeAnd may this pandemic soon be gone. Happy New Year!
Empty the laundry hamper – catch up, get it done. Deal with procrastination piles – finish or get rid of what you know you’ll never finish. Clean the house – a very important year is arriving. De-clutter, Recycle. Start fresh. … Continue reading
HAPPY NEW YEAR ALL YOU WONDERFUL PEOPLE FOLLOWING MY BLOG! May 2021 be a year of health, happiness and peace. Hernibs 🎉🎈📯
2020 May it be a year of clear vision and kind perspective and may all the dark spots just be passing floaters. Wishing you and yours a very blessed and happy New Year. ©2020 Sharron R. McMillan
Like standing on the edge of a white sand beach when the tide is low and the sky is clear Nothing mars the perfect landscape devoid of all regrets or fear. ©2019 Sharron R. McMillan
A new year, like a new journal, begs to be filled with all there is to say. It’s OK to not fill up every page, every minute, every gap in conversation and it’s fine to start a new year and … Continue reading
Peeling off the pages of unused calendars, wondering at spaces left unwritten in my journal, counting down the days, the hours until a new calendar, a new journal, another chance at noticing, experiencing and recording all of it. ©Sharron R. … Continue reading
There it goes, another year past. May the pain be forgotten and the happiness last. Bye 2017.
The old year is fading like a vintage photograph. Bright spots highlighted in our memories and darker ones harder to recall. ©Sharron R. McMillan
Nothing more can be done, we count the seconds down, a gasp, a kiss, the year has died then we all turn around It’s 2017 toast the future and our hopes, no longer what has been. Past regrets all dissipate … Continue reading
Like wisps of mist the old year dissipates into the past. ©2015 Sharron R. McMillan
I love new books, new pages, new beginnings. ©Sharron R. McMillan
“Hope smiles from the threshold of the year to come, whispering, it will be happier.” ~Alfred Lord Tennyson