Monday, December 31, 2012

... looking back... moving forward...

 
 
looking back over the year i can hardly believe how life has changed.   how much i have grown... personally.  professionally... and yet when i read last year's jan 3rd post... i feel like i have done nothing!   how funny that is... we start the year with so many plans... and then life happens... we get busy... we forget... or we decide other things are more important... so for this years last post... i am going back to almost a year ago... because i had great ideas... and i want to try harder...

take more pictures - when i am not getting paid. you would think i took pictures all the time in our normal everyday life... but i do not! this year it is going to change - okay okay... i did do better at that...
 
be healthy. eat better & exercise. blog about my progress - for real this year.   get ready blog world... one day a week you will get an update...

set aside time for spiritual growth everyday - now that i am home full time there is no more excuse.   plus i want to dive deeper.
 
stop comparing myself to others. personally & professionally -any girl who has learned to do this - CALL ME

organize - worked on it!
 
simplify - threw stuff away!
 
spend more time with people i love - check.   but i want more time.

blog more... maybe even everyday... except on sunday. sunday is for church & rest - oh the blog... i really really really want to do better.... and i PROMISE over the next few weeks i will catch up ...i do blame facebook a bit - i was AWESOME at posting pictures.... i just need to write the stories too...  

laugh more - we did laugh a lot.  

love better - ahhhh... its a choice...and i can always do better.

pray big - God is so so so wonderful... i prayed big and am so humbled by His anwsers...excited to see what the year holds...
 
 
so maybe i did not do too bad... but i think dec 31st is a good time to mark a line in the stand...
 
a time to look back and be proud
 
a time to move forward and say, "i think i can do even better."
 
 
us at a wedding.  we should seriouslly be profession photo-boothers.