A New Year

   Today, a new year begins.  In 2014 I have big plans, and I am cautiously optimistic that those plans will come to fruition before the year closes out.  Of course, you never know what the future may hold.  One thing is certain, though, I will be wrapping up The Past, Present, and Future this year.   It has been a stimulating journey for me, but I suppose the time has come for the last fiery sliver of sunshine to melt away into the horizon as the journey concludes.

   With time comes perspective, and much perspective may be gained from coming full circle.  Traversing through space on a 365 day journey around a giant orb of nuclear fusion tens of thousands of light years away from the center of the galaxy, our little planet has indeed come full circle.  On February 3rd, my blog will have come full circle as well.

   As that anniversary date nears, I am excited to both wrap up The Past, Present, and Future and begin my next project.  Needless to say, it has been an interesting ride.  You never know where, or when, you may find yourself, when you let your imagination loose.  I hope everyone enjoyed this project, and will enjoy the next one.  Please join me on February 3rd, to discover what the future holds.


Photo by Elizabeth McCullough

20 thoughts on “A New Year

    • It is nice to have a destination and a map. Now, I just have to make sure to follow the map and not get sidetracked…. Thank you for your comment.

  1. I’m glad to hear that you’ll be putting your towel down to join me. I hope that you have a great year! Thank you for your support.

    • I’m glad to hear that you are looking forward to my next project. So far, so good. I’ve really enjoyed writing lately, and I’m excited for the next chapter. Thank you for your comment.

    • All things end in time. Of course with every end, there is a new beginning…. Before that, though, I still have a few things to wrap up. Oh, and I almost forgot, a few dark caves to crawl out of….

  2. Thanks for the recent like. I returned here to see if you’ve posted anything about your new journey. And I re-read your New Year post. I have just marked my calendar to remind me to return. I look forward to hearing of your travels. And I find your last post here inspiring.

    • I’m glad that you liked my last post, and that I was able to inspire you. I’ve been working a lot on my prose lately. It sounds like it may be paying off. Poetry, though, hasn’t completely drained from my veins just yet. No, it’s still in there somewhere. I suppose I’m getting ahead of myself, though…. I hope you like my upcoming post. The least I could do is make it worth reading, since I made you wait and all.

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