Here I am, I’m going to be 51 on December 17th.

I amazes me how some things are popping in my head on how I want to live this upcoming year.

Here are some sayings that I want to live in 2018 and in my life.



What’s Next

Well, the year is coming to an end and I’m getting ready for what 2018 will bring. 

But first, I need to celebrate my 51st birthday coming up on December 17th. For my post from last year, y’all should know how much I love my birthday. 

This past year has been an interesting adventure of ups and downs, highs and lows. I’ll be posting the “year in review” later.

But for now, I saw this and had to save it and post it for 2018. I’m ready for What’s Next. 

Make it a great day. 

Do Better

Saw this post and it hit me right on the head.

I’ve been thinking about a “friendship” I thought that was real and was one that was always going to be there. But it wasn’t. I’ve been thinking that I should take the higher road and repair the friendship. But after reading this… why should I?

I need to Do Better and it’s that person who is missing out on a friendship.

Thanks to that friend who posted this. It’s just what I needed.

Monday Laugh

Just got back from the wedding in Kentucky.

Saw this and had a laugh and wanted to share it.

Make it a great week.

Congratulations to Brad and Emily

On Dec 2nd my nephew, Brad married Emily.

My father, Brad’s grandfather and I made the trip to Kentucky to be a part of there special day.

I’m beyond blessed to be Brad (and Pam) Aunt. I love them more than words can say.

God bless Brad and Emily in their newest adventure.

This was the song they danced their first dance as a married couple. “You Are The Best Thing” by Ray LaMontagne.

Words To Live By

Never fails, just when I need to hear or read something, it pops up somewhere.

That’s wha I need in my life right now… Loyalty & Trust.

R.I.P. David Cassidy

Today, David Cassidy, pop culture idol of the 1970’s, has died as a result of complications from dementia. The musician and actor was 67.

I remember watching David Cassidy on “The Partridge Family” growing up.

Here is one of his songs that I liked.

It’s sad that stars from my youth are passing away.

Here are a few more stars that recently passed away.

Mel Tillis

Della Reese

John Hillerman

You will be remembered through your work.

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