Year of Great Change

When the clock strikes midnight tonight, 2016 will be no more. A brand-spanking-new, fresh-out-of-the-box, as-yet-untouched 2017 will take its place. Goodness, how time flies. It’s amazing how much can change in a year. Some of it good, some of it bad, and some of it just ugly. This past year has been a year of great change for me. More so, I believe, than any other year I have known thus far. Aside from the heartbreak of losing my mother, there have been some dramatic changes in my life. Most of them for the better, I do believe.

For example, I overcame my lifelong fear of driving and got my very own driver’s license. I am quite proud of that accomplishment. I know that it doesn’t seem like a big deal to most, but for someone who didn’t think she would ever get her license, it is a major big deal. A few smaller but still significant firsts followed. Like my first rental car, my first time traveling alone, and even my first Greyhound trip. This past year I finally found my own personal sense of style, I found the confidence I’ve always lacked, and I even found my very first boyfriend. Well, not boyfriend exactly – I guess you could call him my friend who kisses me occasionally. In short, I think I’ve finally started to grow up. Wow. I guess this really has been a year of great change.

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And next year holds the promise of even more change. Hopefully for the better. I have only just begun to find myself and the more I discover, the more I realize how much more there is to discover. Both about myself and about this crazy thing we call life. I have every intention of continuing to grow and learn and experience new things on this amazing journey. I hope that this year will hold many more wonderful firsts – both for myself and for you. To another year of great change!

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