1.01.2015

Happy 2015!

It is officially here - 2015! In fact, it has been hear for over 14 hours and yep, I missed that transition again. As much as I thought the whole family would stay up until midnight and see the ball drop (on TV of course), I was zonked out somewhere around 10:00 pm. Oh well....

Regardless, the year has started off perfectly! Well...except for dear hubby having to work but darling daughter and I headed to church for mass. She was less than eager but ended up genuinely enjoying herself. I think she liked the smaller service and her behavior brought happy tears to my eyes.

Then once home I started my run for the day...running streak day 1,099, first run of 2015, I was beyond stoked to run! Better yet, I knew I was running to a play date about to commence for darling with a friend from the mainland. Her mommy dropped her off and went off for a run herself while I watched the kiddo's. It felt good to give the gift of a run outside to another running mom and tomorrow I am giving the gift of watching another little one while her mommy works. Yep, two play dates -- two dates in a row! Darling daughter is stoked and tomorrow she will be playing with her best school buddy.

I hope to get my run in before the play date commences and envision making homemade cinnamon rolls to the happy sounds of happy girls. It will be grand! Well, it will be if dear hubby brings home the much needed flour.

The year is off to a great start but I feel odd not really having any fitness resolutions. I thought about running 2,015 miles in 2015 but wonder if I need that pressure. With or without this resolution I will run the best I can each and every day. Do I want to feel further driven to run more? Will it motivate me more? Is it worth it? I think not.

I think resolutions should be more meaningful. The goal for a happier home, more love, more forgiveness, more courage seem more valuable to me. Yes, they are hard to measure but in all reality, I just want to be a better me in 2015. I want to continue to accept the next baton in my life's journey and to give back to others, to build them up, to be a positive force, to be happy.

What do you want in 2015?

Daily Gratitude: I am thankful I got laundry done while darling daughter was playing beautifully with a friend.
Daily Bible Verse: Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to do it. Proverbs 3:27.

1 comment:

  1. Love your goals for this year. I want to be a better me in 2015 as well.
    Karen @karenlovestorun

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