Wow! I have learned so much this year. The best lesson that I learned is that time is short, don’t put things off until later because later may be forgotten about. I learned to love my kids and my husband with all of my heart because they more precious to me than anything else in this world. I learned a few more of my weaknesses and where my true passions lie. I also learned that at the end of the day, if tomorrow never comes I want to be remembered as someone who genuinely cared about serving others.
Thank you for teaching me patience and diligence. I can’t begin to tell you all how much I appreciate having all of you read my posts and comment. Thank you for making this year very meaningful to me and helping me emerge from my cocoon.
Together I hope we will continue to learn from each in the future. Together, I hope we we spread our wings and soar as parents or providers. Together, I hope that 2012 will be our year of success and savings. Together, I hope we will be able to train our children to be America’s next top leaders, and todays visionaries. Together, I hope that we will teach and learn from each other. Together, I hope we will create safe places for our children to climb mountains and believe in themselves. I am looking forward to what 2012 has to offer us.
My motto for 2012 is “No procrastination, only performance!”
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