Feeling calm, content, hopeful, thankful and ready to celebrate the New Year?
Well, I am full of gratitude for family, friends, the fascinating earth we live on, and many, many blessings.
But I’ve also been tired, emotional, physically under par, and a bit spacey. I assume from navigating the unknown, unexpected, and constantly shifting energies we find ourselves in these days. (I’m wondering if words like “plan” and “expect” will fade out of the language in the next few years.)
So I can’t seem to put together coherent thoughts for a blog post right now. But as humor always helps me find a bigger and more nourishing perspective, I thought I’d share a few old cartoons with you this month. May they make you smile and lighten any loads you carry.
Aftermath of Christmas/Other Holidays Department:
For those of you who got new clothes as gifts, you may appreciate this one:
New Year’s Resolution Department:
This one represents my typical filing system, something I periodically think I ought to resolve to change (but never do):
New Year’s Eve Festivities Department:
As holiday celebrations continue, right now I resonate with this one:
May you freely frolic and chuckle during this holiday time-out before 2017 begins.
Happy New Year!
Anne, these cartoons that I just read this morning are hilarious! And, I laughed out loud which is a great way to start the day.
Sending you love, light, and delightful days ahead.
Thanks for the blessing Michelle! So glad a laugh began your day.
So good to add humor… I found myself laughing historically with my sister the other day. It felt so good and reminded me that I just don’t do it enough. I think that will be what I will plan, oops, what to do in 2017.
Yay for laughter! You’re right, though, we need to keep reminding ourselves sometimes…
I love the otters, Anne! May you be free of pressure to do ANYTHING right now, so you can hear that small, still voice within you.
Thank you, Margaret.
I hope you are resting and recharging that way yourself (I’m pretty sure you are).