Since it's New Year's Day the usual thing is to say something of significance. I have nothing significant to say but that hasn't stopped me before.
I'm not going to deal with how fast the year has gone by.
To me there are new year's and that seem to be an important time compared to others. One such New Year was 2000, the millennium. The hype started a few years before the date. The hype got higher and higher. People were actually very frightened that the world would fall apart. People were worried. I remember being concerned about what might happen. 2000 came and went . It passed as quietly as any other New year's day. I always think back to the millennium which was now 17 years ago.
The New Years Days from my childhood will be forever imprinted in my brain. Our New Years Day was exactly like Christmas without the presents. We lived in the country and still used horses for travel. (We didn't go very far.) Mom and her cousin would alternate Christmas and New Years. The big meal was at noon and I mean big meal. We had turkey and all the trimmings. It was an all day event. Adults visited and kids played. We had a warm up meal in the evening. Before going home at midnight we had a cold plate. Did I forget all the Christmas goodies? Yes all those too. It was a great day of celebration and I will never forget the New Year's of my childhood.
Now I'm not anybody for resolutions so I'll stay away from goals.
What I did find the other day was a blog that nailed the old year and new year. Martha at Plowing through life has a knack of saying very meaningful things that are precise and concise. Her post made much sense to me. I hope you'll go over and take a look at what she had to say.
In the meantime have a great 2017.