So far, my mailbox isn’t exactly stuffed with invitations to parties and soirees for the end of the year. My phone isn’t blowing up with texts or messages or calls– or anything for that matter.
To borrow off the old TV western, “Have Chips and GPS. Will Travel.”
Likely, this will be a subdued year’s end. I’m not one for crazy shenanigans anyway. I prefer a few friends to a crowd any day. And I’d much rather be inside on a cold night like this anyway.
I’m currently accepting offers for New Year’s Eve 2014. Apparently, that beats waiting until the last minute like this year.
Here’s something to think about as you ring in 2014: “Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year”
(Ralph Waldo Emerson).
Now is the best day to be alive, to be thankful for being alive, and to live.
Don’t wait until 2014. Start now.
Oh, and happy new year!