Wednesday, December 30, 2020

Good Riddance 2020! Happy New Year, 2021!

One more day.  One more day and the year 2020, I would say a consensus of Americans are happy that it will finally be coming to an end. 

It brings back too many bad memories to state why we will be glad it's over - Let's just say, Good riddance 2020 and don't let the door hit you on the way out.
Let us pray we can get back to some sort of normalcy as soon as possible by all of us working together-getting those vaccines-wearing masks and continued social distancing which will help us achieve herd immunity, so we can also say good riddance to Covid-19.  

Now for some good news =>
Tales wishes everyone a safe and great New Years Eve tonight, Thursday, Dec. 31, and a very blessed, and a healthy, and a Happy New Year 2021!

2021! Can't come to soon
It is that time again for me to make my New Years Resolutions.  I have learned to try and make goals that are very achievable and not complicated.  I found out if you make unreasonable goals, after a few months you can tell you won't accomplish what you want to do and you usually will just think to yourself, "forget it."  

So, with that in mind, for the year 2019 I made two resolutions.  One was to try and walk every day for at least 45 minutes to an hour when possible [i.e., when not bad weather or when on vacation or when ill] - I was almost able to achieve that goal if not for having a meniscus tear and then patella femoral syndrome which took away about 6 weeks of walking; and my second resolution was to try and beat my reading of 50 books which I accomplished in 2020 - Even though because of the intensity of the election and what followed afterwords slowed down my reading, I was still able to accomplish that goal by reading 58 books:

I will make the same two New Years resolutions this upcoming year, 2021 that I made in 2019 [and in 2018].  I will try and walk for at least 45 minutes to an hour every day possible [that is the same goal I had in 2019 and hope to do it again];  and I will try and beat my reading 58 books in 2020 by reading 70 books this upcoming year.
Wish me luck.   :-) 

Wishing all the best of health and joy and peace for you and your families in this upcoming new year.

Please turn up the volume for this beautiful version of Auld Lang Syne.


Happy New Year, 2021!

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