Happy New Year. May your New Year be filled with happiness, peace, contentment and good health. For those of you who are diagnosed, may you find the road back to good health quickly and easily. For those of you who remain undiagnosed, may 2004 be the year that you find the answers that you need to begin your journey back to good health.
Today will be a day of rest and relaxation. I can hardly move but I am responsible for contributing to that problem. Friends of ours had their 40th and 50th birthdays in December and decided to have a family orientated New Year’s Eve Party to celebrate. We had a wonderful time. Our grandson came to the party with us and his parents joined us about 30 minutes later. Grandson got to dance; it took him a while to get up the nerve to go out on the dance floor. The problem was that there were no other 9 year old boys dancing. When my husband and I got up to dance, grandson joined us and the three of us a great time. Yes I danced. I figured what the heck; my mornings are hell whether I danced the night before or not. I don’t get that many opportunities to dance with my grandson. As I mentioned, I am paying for it today but it was worth it. We stayed at the party until 12:15 AM. Grandson had never been to a New Year’s Eve party before and he wanted to stay for the count down. The food was fantastic; home made cabbage rolls, homemade perogies, cold slaw and Ukrainian sausage. Absolutely delicious!
My 82 year old mom had brunch at her house this morning. She makes the best waffles in the world.
My New Year’s resolutions are simple. I will make no New Year’s Resolutions; that way I don’t have to deal with the guilt when I break them.