Old Year Resolution?

Sooooo 2020 is gone! I’m not sure if I should be sad or happy about it. It’s been a full year in which I experienced (too) many things (e.g. love, broken heart, death, hope, happiness, new beginning, disappointment, hope again). And all of these from the “comfort” of my house because Covid is wondering around out side waiting for new victims.

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Anyways, I’m not sure if I should hope for another year as full as this one, but it surely is a turning point for me and my life. At least, I know I’m alive (I think!).

Happy New Year!

How did 2020 treat you?


  1. I hope 2021 brings good things into your life. I was blessed in many ways, which at the time didn’t look like blessings🥺🤔 🤷‍♀️ not to say that I’m not happpy to see the back end of 2020😉Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit!

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    • Can I join you in trusting Jesus Christ to turn things around for you? He is able to do immeasurably more than you ask or think about, according to His power that is at work within us (Ephesians 3:20).

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    • I am so sorry you have lost your job, Bertena perhaps you could try something new? Retrain?
      How have you lost friends? If to the virus then please accept my sincere condolences. If for some other reason you have to ask yourself, were they, real friends, in the first place?
      I am also diabetic but if you wear a face mask and wash your hands a lot, and keep your distance from other people you should be OK.
      Here in the UK, we are in Tier 4 and only allowed out to shop for essentials, attend medical apts and for 1 hour’s exercise a day. It is hard but it does help slow down the spread of Covid. As we are indoors a lot we need to allow fresh air to circulate by opening windows.
      I know you must feel as if the whole world is on your shoulders but try to see this as part of life’s ups and downs. Perhaps you need to change your work/life balance. Good things come from bad, let that be your mantra. Make it into an affirmation that you say everyday, something like:
      I am sure that the Universe/God/Goddess/Allah/Jehovah/(choose)has my best interests at heart and all will be well.
      I do hope that things get better for you. I will light a candle for you tonight
      Blessed Be, Carolyn ❤👩‍🦰🧡

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  2. Happy New Year 🥳 I, like probably many others am glad to see the back of 2020.
    I think personally it has been one of growth, where I have gained more confidence in myself and focus when it comes to my goals. I hesitantly look forward to seeing what this year brings.

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