Happy (and Delightful) New Year!
New Year traditions vary around the world. In America, traditions and festivities vary widely from attending church to partying in bars, houses, or streets (as in the case of New York Times Square). I have personally participated in a variety of activities including church and parties over the course of the new years past.
In anticipation of 2013, I chose to stay warm in cozy in my house (aka "Club Tweezy" hehe) and make yet another "crazy lady in a robe singing gospel music" video (you can check more of them out here) because that's just how I roll right now!! LOL! I have been recording the videos with my phone, and while I was making this particular one, my brother called. I started to record it over, but then I just started thinking about all of the times that I had planned for something in my life to go one way but then something unforeseen happens to turn me in a different direction. Sometimes, the unforeseen events change life a little. Sometimes, they change life a lot. In any case, the only real choice we have is to figure out how to go on.
We will all undoubtedly be faced with many, many decisions in the new year just like we were in the old year. I hope that all of my family and friends stay safe and happy this new year and all the new years to come! I pray the blessings of the Lord be upon your lives, and that you have the courage, wisdom, and strength to make the decisions that need to be made. I thank each and every one of you who have allowed me to be a part of your life in any way. Here's to another year, peeps! Let's rock it!! xoxo
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