I need to get this off my chest. Before I lose the ability to get online and on the internet (wheee!)
2014 has been a really good year emotionally. In fact, I think it has been the best year for me. Of course, nothing is perfect ( could be a matter of appetite?) but I am really glad to
1. have met the SO
I like that he makes me see different things about life. And about myself. And that he makes me tea when I have a cold. Or when I bump my knee against the bedpost. And that he eats what I cook.
For the record, no. Tea helps somewhat. But it doesn’t really help with bruises nor the flu. I hope you know that.
2. Did I mention…the SO eats what I cook?
And that he spends less time grooming. But then again, there are hospitals (I KID YOU NOT AND THERE ARE MANY) where he is. I bet they know I am here.
More importantly he drags me out from the abysses I somehow fall into (I think I will avoid a certain country) and dries my tears and lets me be.
3. I have made more real friends
When you are dealing with people who are genuine and who help, that’s one thing. Then they become real friends you reach out to regardless of timezones or sleep – I tell you – I never fail to be amazed. Thank you. You humble me. And I am so blessed to have known you. You have given me work/ career/ relationship advice . And I have people who go, hey sis/ pal, you have no idea how this made me feel.
Mixed feelings about this. I got to know really awesome people who really ran because they (wait for it……) love running. I am thankful that I got healthy and happy enough to do several proper runs, and even bike now. I will do more in the next year. But no event runs – it’s really cathartic to just sweat it out . Love it.
2015 looks set to be a year of change. Of course I don’t know if it is for the better (but ‘better’ can’t really be really defined, can it?) but I am really looking forward to it.
Anyway, here’s wishing you all a very warm Christmas, and a better 2015 and beyond.