Look to 2013 as a new year, a new chance, a new hope for something else good, maybe something even better (but what is better than a hug?).
"Count your blessings instead of sheep," so the old Christmas song says. Indeed, count your blessings.
When you find things that were not good, are not good, stand up to make them right, to make them better. Do not wait for 'someone' else to do it. If you notice it, do it. You CAN do it. You should do it.
Thank you for reading my blog this year, for helping to get this project off the ground and grow the readership. You have honored me!
And now, my readers, it is time for me to continue the last weekend of the year's relaxing projects: looking out at snowfall on the holly shrubs outside the window, listen to the last of the Christmas music on the stereo, savor hot chocolate and/or hot coffee, work on end-of-year paperwork, putter about the house putting things in order, chat with old friends and family.
May you each find the transition from one year to next this blessed.