Happy 2019

In sparklers, Happy New Year! 2019 is emblazoned against a black, firework illuminated background. On the number 2019, the lettering appears to spark as though it has been written in actual flame.

My Treasures,

I wanted to wish each and every one of you a blessed new year!

These wishes are so common, and I know many truly mean well by them. Many, however, say “happy new year” like it’s a kneejerk reaction. What does it actually mean when we say it though?

I’ll tell you what it means to me.

To me, “happy new year” means…

I did not write most of these quotes, but they ring true just the same.

I want to wish you all joy, but I know it’s impossible for every moment to bring it. Instead, I wish you courage. I wish you strength. I wish you the ability to confront the challenges this year holds with dignity, grace and a positive outlook. You are so much stronger than you know. If you are a follower of Jesus, you have even more grace to carry you through. If you are not a believer, then believe in yourself and in the choices you make, the people who love you and the strength within each and every one of you.

In the words of Leanne Womack, I Hope You Dance.

Bless all of you, my Treasures. I love you.

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Until next time, my \Treasures, I bid you a fond adieu.

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