2012 Brings New Things We Wish We Wouldn't Have Posted on Facebook

Like a clean kitchen, a blank piece of paper, and sheets from the dryer, the New Year lends a sense of potential seasoned perfectly with hope and intention. We began 2011 with a cautionary step inherited from the difficulty of 2010. Instead of shock and awe of the destructive path of the economy or the disbelief that one may need to reconsider a budget founded on frivolous frolics, we met 2011 with a Monday mentality of getting the job done or even getting through the day.

In 2011 we accepted the challenges begrudgingly but accepted nonetheless. No longer crying in our cappuccinos, moaning in our mochas; we pulled up our well-worn bootstraps and ran through the mine field dodging and swaying the shrapnel from years of indulgence. We laughed at the scrapes, bandaged the wounds, and roared victoriously at free parking.

Now battered, bruised, and stronger than ever; most of us crawl forward with a sense of accomplishment knowing that indeed, we survived. No longer cloaked in dismay we faced 2011 with the knowledge that there is no substitute for hard work, diligence, and friends with wine. The pundits no longer shocked us with financial predictions or woes of economical waves; we shrugged our shoulders and faced the day. Akin to a secret society, a fraternity, even a bridge club; we recognize the members of the survival class without the need for a special handshake, membership card, or lettered ring. Just a nod, a glance, or a sigh signifies a common bond of those that accepted the obstacles and forged on determined to remain afloat.

Congratulations ya'll we made it through another year!

  • December 27 2011 - Beaufort
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