“I am not afraid of storms for I am learning how to sail my ship.” – Louisa May Alcott
In order to usher in a wondrous new 2015, we first must be willing to embrace 2014. The highs, the lows, the ups, the downs, the calm, the storms.
Accepting what is is the first step to moving forward.
So, before you go rushing to “remake” yourself in 2015. Acknowledge all that you have. Do not look upon any disappointments in 2014 as failures. Allow them to be sign posts guiding you to the full you that you are meant to be.
I often say that “everything happens FOR you, not TO you” and there is no time more important to remember this message than the closing of a year.
Embrace the good.
Embrace the bad.
Embrace the ho-hum so-sos.
And allow it all to shape you, to mold you, to help you be all that you can be in 2015.
Wherever you are, I wish you a most amazing New Year’s Eve.
I am confident that we will all have fulfilling, satisfying, exuberant, abundant, and miraculous 2015s.
Have a glorious New Year!
Thank you 2014 for all that you have been. I am grateful for each and every moment.
All photos by Ashlee Hamon Photography.