Monday, December 30, 2013

2014 - Bring It On

I think I'm glad to see 2013 move on into history.  I'm not usually one to wish time away, or particularly want time to move on.  But this year has been so strange.  Not in a horrible way, like someone has died...well, I did lose an Uncle...but more in a sometimes scary, lots of sickness kind of way.  But good can come with the bad right?   And, we are suppose to take the bad with the good, right?

  I haven't blogged since July....

August and September were scary months for me...a serious illness wanted to take me out...but I overcame.  God healed me...yes, I do believe it was a miracle...He was close....I could feel Him.  When time is right, I'll tell that story.   The rest of this year has been spent recovering, being thankful for my family, being thankful for being here, being thankful to be here for Christmas.  If I've learned anything from this past year, it's thankfulness...gratitude.

My focus for 2014 is my health, and my relationships...with family, friends, co-workers.  That's big New Year's resolutions...which I never keep anyway. 

I want to take a different direction with my blog.  I'm not completely sure what that is yet.  I'll figure it out as I go.  Until then...  HAPPY NEW YEAR!  Welcome 2014!


Alma Boheme said...

Rebecca I feel all lot of the same things. I went through a strange time in my life this year it was hard to put into words most days so I retreated to mostly my shop and projects. I have an overwhelming need to connect more and open up more for the new year. I have a feeling its gonna be great for us both.

Shelley in SC said...

Hi, Rebecca!! Yes, I disappeared from Blogland for quite a while this year and missed it! I'm so glad to hear of your health after a scary illness!! And of your new beautiful baby granddaughter. Can't wait to see where you go with your blog!! I hope this is a sweet year of health and joy for you!!

Brin said...

I'm glad you're better, and I believe God heals! :) Tell your story. As soon as you can put it to words, tell it. We women need all the messages of hope and healing we can get!

Hang in there. You're an overcomer!