End Of The Year Thoughts For 2010

I recently heard from a friend of mine who was saying that no matter how much he does in any given year, when the end of the year rolls around, he never feels like he got as much done as he could have.  I understand that feeling.

I don’t share it . . . exactly, but I do understand it.

This year, particularly the latter half, has focused around L. for me one way or the other.  And even though this was the right and proper use of my time and energy, there were a number of goals of lesser priority that didn’t get accomplished.  Aside from vaguely wondering if maybe this should bother me more, I’m happy to say this doesn’t really bother me.  I made my choices and I made them well, and if ever there was a time in my life for the rallying cry of “Next year for certain!”, this year was it.

But we can talk about the future another time.  Tonight I celebrate the passing of the old year, and the coming of the new.

So Happy New Year’s Eve, everyone, and be safe out there tonight; may this candle guide you all safely into the year yet to come.

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