If I were a good blogger, I would have a list of resolutions to share here. Things that I have no intention of actually accomplishing, but that sounds really good on a list of things I wish I could do. I'm neither a good blogger nor am I into making lists of things I never intend to stick to. That isn't to say that I don't have dreams of what this year will bring. I do. I have big dreams and lots of hope.
I'm dreaming of lots of dance parties in the middle of my den with my little person.
I'm dreaming of a Wonder Pets themed 2nd Birthday party.
I'm dreaming of less panic, less anxiety, less depression in this new year.
I'm dreaming of more health for me, less sickness, more exercise.
I'm dreaming of my husband's family business turning a real profit again.
I'm dreaming of the beach.
I'm hopeful that I may find more patience through a devoted approach to yoga.
I'm hopeful that others will find more tolerance.
I'm hoping that people in general will be kinder, less quick to take action to harm others.
I'm dreaming of my house becoming neat and organized and hoping that I can make it happen.
I'm hoping and dreaming that I can make this little blog a successful venture, and that I can find a good direction for it.
I'm dreaming of dates with my husband and hoping that we can find a little more time for each other this year.
I'm dreaming of tiny miniature gardens in my back yard, and creating more fantasy for my little goddess.
I'm hoping for more creativity to spring from my fingers, more love to pour forth from them and create wonders for little eyes
I'm dreaming of crafts with my little artist, and painting more with her.
I'm dreaming of re-doing our bed room; hanging stuff on the walls and new bedding and new bathroom rugs (can you believe my rugs are ten years old? what's up with that?)
As you can see, I resolve to do nothing. My resolve is poor and well, damn near non-existent. I have lots of hopes and dreams for this year, though. And I think I can make my dreams come true. I have a year to pull them off, after all!